February 15, 2007
-- Gaisler Research AB announced that a license agreement has been signed for the use of the LEON3 processor with Radionor Communications AS (Norway). The LEON3 and the GRLIB IP-library will be used in Radionor’s new 802.11 SecureWLAN chip.
"We're delighted that Radionor, after evaluation against competing architecture's processor solutions, selected the LEON3 and GRLIB for its next-generation SoC design," said Per Danielsson, president & CEO of Gaisler Research.
"With the LEON3 multi-processor technology, the SecureWLAN chip will benefit from increased performance and lower development costs. We found that the performance, flexibility and the availability of source code for the LEON3 and GRLIB was an ideal match for integration of our own IP for this high-security device,” said Atle Saegrov, CTO of Radionor Communications.
The LEON3 processor together with the GRLIB IP-library is ideally suited for SoC designs and implements plug and play capabilities, minimizing the engineering effort during the design phase. About Radionor Communications AS
Radionor dedicates its products and IP cores to the wireless communication market and provide opportunities for allied technology partnerships. The core resources provide exploration, research, design, implementation and production of high-end broadband radio technology systems. The competitive strengths are founded on technical skill and experience in wireless system design. Please visit www.radionor.com
for more information. About Gaisler Research AB
Gaisler Research AB is a provider of SoC solutions for exceptionally competitive markets such as Aerospace, Military and demanding Commercial applications. The Gaisler Research's products consist of user-customizable 32-bit SPARC V8 processor cores, peripheral IP-cores and associated software and development tools. Gaisler Research solutions help companies develop highly competitive customer and application-specific SoC designs.