Junko Yoshida, EE Times(05/12/2008 9:34 AM EDT) MANHASSET, N.Y.
— For a company that unanimously rejected an unsolicited bid by Universal Electronics Inc. only three months ago, nothing is more important for Zilog than putting in place a solid growth plan and executing it well.
Zilog, Inc. (San Jose, Calif.) last week made a long overdue decision to solidify its 32-bit MCU strategy by licensing ARM's Cortex M3 processor.
Although Zilog licensed 32-bit ARM-9 core three years ago, that decision was for Zilog to go after a specific market to secure transactions such as point-of-sale terminals.
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