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  1. UltraSoC joins with Tortuga Pacific to push IPRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2015 | Electronics Weekly

    UltraSoC, the debug specialist, has joined with Tortuga Pacific, the specialist in expanding IP businesses, to promote UltraSoC's UltraDebug debug and validation technologies to SoC designers. "The Tortuga Pacific team is uniquely equipped to represent UltraSoC's silicon debug and analytics offering to our key markets in North America, Japan and elsewhere," says UltraSoC CEO Rupert Baines, "theyy bring us impeccable sales, business development and strategic credentials, allied with an intimate knowledge of the semiconductor IP space, gained in leadership positions in companies such as GLOBALFOUNDRIES, MIPS Technologies, Si2, Tessera, TI and Xilinx.

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  2. UltraSoC partners with Tortuga Pacific to advance global SoC debug and analytics marketRead the original story

    Jul 27, 2015 | Design And Reuse

    ... of the semiconductor IP space, gained in leadership positions in companies such as GLOBALFOUNDRIES, MIPS Technologies, Si2, Tessera, TI and Xilinx. If I'd set out to design an organization from the ground up to represent UltraSoC, I couldn't have ...

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  3. MIPS-Powered Chromebooks Are ComingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2015 | Tom's Hardware

    ... displace a competing ARM CPU by undercutting it on price, on performance/price, or performance/die area. MIPS Technologies, the company behind the MIPS architecture, had claimed for a long time that MIPS chips are higher performance for the same die ...

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  4. Imagination Technologies wants to take MIPS mainstream with Firefox OS tabletRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2015 | Ars Technica

    ... is that Imagination Technologies is making an ecosystem play . At the end of 2012, Imagination acquired MIPS Technologies, the fabless semiconductor company that owns the MIPS instruction set and designs and licenses MIPS CPU cores. Just six months ...

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  5. Defections to ARM hurt PowerPC, MIPSRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2015 | PC World

    ... widely used in wearables, and maintains a large market share in networking equipment and set-top boxes. MIPS Technologies was on the brink of collapsing until it was bought by Imagination Technologies in 2012. Imagination is resuscitating MIPS and ...

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  6. Defections to ARM hurt PowerPC, MIPSRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2015 | CIO

    ... widely used in wearables, and maintains a large market share in networking equipment and set-top boxes. MIPS Technologies was on the brink of collapsing until it was bought by Imagination Technologies in 2012. Imagination is resuscitating MIPS and ...

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  7. MIPS Creator CI20 released: Interesting, though not very usefulRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2015 | Ars Technica

    ... probably seeing an opportunity to compete against ARM and x86 in the mobile and embedded spaces, acquired MIPS Technologies in early 2013 and announced a new MIPS-based architecture called Warrior soon after. Sadly, the CI20 doesn't use a new ...

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  8. 2015 CES paving the way to self-driving autos?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2015 | EETimes

    Behind all the excitement of cars driving themselves down the freeway to Las Vegas for CES this week is a jockeying for position for semiconductor vendors and processor architectures. Audi demonstrated a prototype A7 driving unassisted from San Francisco, a distance of 550 miles, using radar sensors for long-range and 360 degree views, as well as LIDAR laser scanners at the front and back.

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  9. CES 2015 Paves Road to Self Driving CarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2015 | DesignLines

    Behind all the excitement of cars driving themselves down the freeway to Las Vegas for CES this week is a jockeying for position for semiconductor vendors and processor architectures. Audi demonstrated a prototype A7 driving unassisted from San Francisco, a distance of 550 miles, using radar sensors for long-range and 360 degree views, as well as LIDAR laser scanners at the front and back.

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