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Sonics' New IP for Low-Power SoCs Patented

IP controls power distribution between CPU and cores
2/18/2014 08:15 AM EST
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junko.yoshida
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hardware-based power management IP
junko.yoshida   2/19/2014 11:18:09 AM
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Hardware-based power management IP for SoCs seems unusual to me. Are you tempted to go for it?

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Delayed patent announcement
DrQuine   2/20/2014 8:28:36 AM
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Patent 8,601,288 was allowed on July 24, 2013, the issuance fees were paid on October 23, 2013, and the patent was issued on December 3, 2013, why didSonics wait unitil now to announce it?

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Re: Delayed patent announcement
junko.yoshida   2/20/2014 10:33:39 AM
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@DrQuine, a good investigative question! Let me check...

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