SAN JOSE, Calif. The IP plug-and-play standards organization OCP-IP (Open Core Protocol International Partnership said Kawasaki Microelectronics (K-Micro) has joined the organization.
OCP-IP (Portland, Ore.), which now has over 100 member companies, oversees the standard for intellectual property core interfaces, or sockets, used to provide plug-and-play capabilities in cores.
According to the organization, OCP-IP's infrastructure eliminates the need to design and document a proprietary standard and support tools. The approach is designed to free critical resources for the design work while provide cost savings.
More information on OCP-IP is available at its Web site.