IPextreme(R) Inc., a semiconductor intellectual property (IP) licensing company, announced that it will co-host a web seminar with Freescale Semiconductor to demonstrate integration strategies specific to e200 cores built on Power Architecture(TM) technology now available through IPextreme.
The e200 family of synthesizable, high-efficiency cores is well suited for cost-sensitive, embedded real-time applications. The webinar will illustrate how system-on-chip (SoC) developers can easily integrate e200 cores into their designs, thereby reducing risk and time to market.
Join Glenn Beck, Freescale’s Industrial/Storage Market Segment Manager, Frank Miller, Freescale’s Technical Project Manager, Worldwide Design, and Trent Poltronetti, IPextreme’s Vice President of Marketing will present.
May 24, 2007 at 10am PDT, 12pm CDT, 1pm EDT
Target Audience: Automotive, consumer, industrial and networking IC developers interested in easily integrating Power Architecture(TM) cores into their SoC environments.
About the Power Architecture(TM) e200 Cores
The e200 cores represent power efficient, cost effective solutions for high-performance, real-time environments where increased system processing capabilities are critical. The family is well proven, with over 1 million zero-defect 32-bit MCU based on e200 cores shipped from Freescale to date. The e200 cores are ideal for a broad range of other applications such as industrial control, healthcare monitoring equipment, compact networking solutions, digital home solutions, avionics and robotics. The e200 cores are currently available in four versions spanning a broad price/performance range. They are fully synthesizable and implement Power ISA 2.03, making them code compatible with a huge installed base of processors based on Power Architecture technology. They leverage standard technologies, such as the AMBA(R) bus, and are easy to integrate with other technologies.
About IPextreme Inc.
IPextreme brings high-value intellectual property (IP) from large semiconductor companies to system-on-chip (SOC) designers worldwide. These products are silicon proven to minimize design risk and time to market. The IP is provided in a process independent and EDA neutral format, accelerating integration and making the IP easy of use by the broadest range of customers. With a decade of experience in developing, packaging, licensing and supporting IP, our team offers a complete solution for designers. IPextreme has offices in Campbell, California, Munich, Germany and Tokyo, Japan.
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