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posted in February 2001
Motorola buys into communications with Blue Wave
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2/23/2001   Post a comment
Motorola is buying Blue Wave Systems, the DSP boards company, in a deal potentially worth $165m.
Blue Wave combines DSPs for 3G basestations
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2/20/2001   Post a comment
Blue Wave Systems has designed a board that ties together six of Texas Instruments' C6416 digital signal processors (DSPs) by turning their secondary memory interfaces into a form of crossbar switch.
ATI supports AMD's HyperTransport chip-interconnect technology
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2/13/2001   Post a comment
MARKHAM, Ontario -- ATI Technologies Inc. here today (Feb. 13) tossed its support behind the HyperTransport interconnect technology from Advanced Micro Devices Inc., which is promoting the point-to-point link as way to break bus bottlenecks inside personal computers and other systems.
Atmel claims keyboard controller is first to be USB 1.1 compliant
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2/8/2001   Post a comment
SAN JOSE -- Atmel Corp. today said it has received the first USB-IF certification for a multimedia keyboard controller. The AT43USB324 chip has been approved as being USB 1.1 compliant by the Universal Serial Bus Implementers Forum (USB-IF).


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