CAMPBELL, Calif. -- October 03, 2008
-- IPextreme®, Inc., the company bringing famous IP (intellectual property) to system-on-chip designers worldwide, and Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE:TXN) will hold a webinar on Thursday, October 9, 2008 on the first semiconductor IP solution to implement the new IEEE 1149.7 test and debug standard.
The cJTAG – IEEE 1149.7 IP core
was developed by TI and packaged, distributed and supported by IPextreme.What:
The webinar, entitled "cJTAG - IEEE 1149.7: Next Generation Test and Debug," will cover the new IEEE 1149.7 standard and the robust features available in the cJTAG - IEEE 1149.7 IP core.Abstract:
cJTAG - IEEE 1149.7 is the first semiconductor IP solution to implement the new IEEE 1149.7 test and debug standard. IEEE 1149.7 does not change or replace IEEE 1149.1 Instead, it offers a scalable set of extensions to the IEEE 1149.1. Some of the advantages of the new IEEE 1149.7 standard are that it requires fewer pins, adds power management and powerful new debug features while maintaining full compatibility with existing IEEE 1149.1 based hardware and software.Who:
Stephen Lau from TI and Pierre-Xavier Thomas and Rick Tomihiro from IPextreme will cover the new IEEE 1149.7 standard and the robust set of features available in the cJTAG - IEEE 1149.7 IP core. Learn how the cJTAG - IEEE1149.7 IP core can be utilized in your next chip design.When:
The webinar will be held on Thursday, October 9, from 11:00am to 12:00 pm PDT.How:
To register, please go to https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/404526091About IPextreme Inc.
IPextreme licenses famous semiconductor IP (intellectual property) and methodologies developed by large semiconductor companies to chip designers worldwide. These production-proven IP products serve both broad horizontal markets and specific verticals such as consumer and automotive, and are provided in a process-independent and EDA-neutral format for easy use by the widest range of customers. With a decade of experience in developing, packaging, licensing and supporting IP, IPextreme offers a complete business solution that allows semiconductor companies to strategically leverage their internal IP portfolio and expand overall revenue. The company has offices in Campbell, California; Munich, Germany; and Tokyo, Japan with representatives in China, India, Israel, Korea and Taiwan. For additional information, please visit www.ip-extreme.com