Austin, Texas, USA. — November 16, 2010 — Wintegra Inc., a leading provider of highly-integrated network processors optimized for mobile backhaul equipment announced today it has renewed its license for communication IP (intellectual property) cores from Palmchip Corporation, a San Jose, California-based company. Wintegra's highly successful WinPath processor families use Palmchip's I/O cores, designed to interface with various external serial devices. Use of these cores facilitates a faster time to market for Wintegra as these cores can be quickly integrated into WinPath chip designs.
Palmchip is a leader in Platform Based Design (PBD). Palmchip provides system-on-chip AcurX SoC platforms, IP cores, embedded software and design outsourcing, for embedded and mobile devices. Palmchip technologies can be found on the market today in many mobile and embedded applications. "We are glad that we are part of Wintegra's success. We will continue to provide our customers with cutting edge configurable technologies and services, thus reducing design cost for our customers" says Jauher Zaidi, CEO of Palmchip.
About Wintegra :
Wintegra is a leading provider of highly integrated network processors optimized for mobile backhaul, 3G and 4G wireless and wireline broadband networks. Wintegra based solutions are used by many leading telecom and networking equipment manufacturers worldwide. For more information, visit www.wintegra.com .
About Palmchip :
Founded in 1996, Palmchip Corporation is a global leader in connected and secure technologies. Palmchip provides hardware, software IP, and team outsourcing services to its clients in US and worldwide. Palmchip is a leader in configurable Multi-processor Platform Based Design (CMPBD). Our System-on-chip" AcurX SoC" configurable platforms, IP cores, embedded software for embedded and mobile devices, can be found on the market today in many mobile applications such as WiFi, network security, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Data storage HDD, DVD devices and more. In addition, Palmchip's PalmCloud computing group helps companies to design and support Google and Salesforce Applications. For more information, visit www.palmchip.com