San Jose, California, April 26, 2004
– GDA Technologies, Inc., a fast growing supplier of Silicon Intellectual Property (SIP) and Electronic Design Services (EDS), today announced Freescale Semiconductor, a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Inc., has licensed IP cores from GDA. The licensed IP cores are part of GDA’s interconnect IP portfolio and are planned to be integrated into Freescale’s next-generation semiconductor products. The licensed IP cores are high performance interconnect controller solutions optimized for bandwidth, latency, reliability, and silicon footprint for ASIC and FPGA implementations.
“Freescale is known for pioneering a plethora of technologies to deliver some of the most revolutionary semiconductor products worldwide, and we are proud to be working with them,” said Prakash Bare, Vice President of IP Business at GDA Technologies Inc. “Being selected by Freescale provides a strong endorsement and testament to our innovation and leadership in the high-speed interconnect IP market.” About GDA Technologies
GDA Technologies Inc. is a leading Electronic Design Services (EDS) and Silicon Intellectual Property (SIP) solution provider for the embedded, networking, and consumer electronics markets. GDA specializes in designing ASICs, FPGAs, IPs, boards, SoCs, software and complete systems from concept to product. GDA has successfully developed products in the areas of desktop, server, and embedded computing, digital audio and video applications, Internet appliances, and voice and data networking applications. In the IP front, GDA has been the leading solution provider for fast interconnect technologies such as HyperTransport, PCI-Express, Ethernet and Advanced Switching with many licenses sold in compute, networking and communication markets. GDA is headquartered in San Jose, California, and has satellite design centers in Boston, Sacramento, Singapore, Chennai and Bangalore, India. The GDA web site is http://www.gdatech.com
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