ARM looks to improve IP relationsCopyright © 1998 I-Next Ltd.
Richard Ball reports:
A technology and marketing partnership has been set up by Advanced Risc Machines (ARM) and Quickturn to improve verification of designs using ARM's processors. ARM hopes to improve the way its intellectual property (IP), in the form of Risc processor cores, is verified by Quickturn's emulators and cycle-based simulators. With other multimedia peripherals, the processors can be integrated into chips more quickly for products such as digital cameras, set-top boxes, handheld computers and smart phones. Quickturn has embarked upon a programme of IP development, joining up with among others Advanced Telecommunications Modules of Cambridge.
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