Xentec Introduces IP Cores : 2-D Wavelet, ATAPI-4 and I 2 C cores to increase market exposure to multimedia applications.
Oakville, Ontario -- March 22, 1999 -- Xentec, Inc. introduced three new cores at IP99. They include a 2-D Wavelet Compression, an ATAPI-4 and I 2 C cores.
The 2-D Wavelet core (X_2DWAV) is a natural extension of Xentec's offerings to the multimedia line of cores that already include DCT/IDCT, JPEG encoder/Decoder etc.
The X_ATAPI4 is an interface between the host and storage devices implementing the AT Attachment with Packet Interface (ATAPI-4) standard. The ATAPI-4 interface is backward compatible with previous generations of AT Attachment standards. ATAPI-4 supports sustained burst DMA transfers of up to 16Mbits/s. Typical applications for the X_ATAPI4 core include personal computer (PC) hard disks, CD-ROMs and other mass
The X_I 2 C_Master and X_I 2 C_Slave cores are an I 2 C Master and I 2 C Slave controller synthesizable cores offered in VHDL and Verilog. These cores are designed for a wide range of applications, which require a cost-effective serial communications channel.
Xentec, Inc. provides comprehensive ASIC design services, integration expertise, and technology for the product development requirements of the world's leading
electronics companies. Founded in 1995, Xentec's mission is to be the leading provider of analog/digital integrated circuit design services and Intellectual Property
used in System-on-Chip (SoC) based integrated circuits for all facets of the electronics industry. The company is headquartered in Oakville, Ontario and is
privately funded. More information about the company, its products, and services may be obtained from the World Wide Web at www.xentec-inc.com.
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