Mountain View, CA, January 18, 2005
- MIPS Technologies, Inc., (Nasdaq: MIPS), a leading provider of industry-standard processor architectures and cores for digital consumer and business applications, announced today that Scientific-Atlanta has licensed the MIPS32® 24Kc™core for use in their next generation of highly integrated semiconductors for digital set- top boxes.
“We are excited to align with a leader in the set-top box market like Scientific-Atlanta and believe the performance and cost advantages of the 24Kc core will enhance the competitiveness of Scientific-Atlanta’s products,” said Jack Browne, vice president of sales for MIPS Technologies. “Scientific-Atlanta will also benefit from our robust software ecosystem, allowing rapid time to market for a broad range of key features in this highly competitive space.”
“We chose the reliability and proven performance of the MIPS Technologies 24Kc core because of end customer demand for rich feature sets and rapid deployment cycles,” said Jeff Seebeck, vice president of product management and development for Scientific Atlanta.About MIPS Technologies
MIPS Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MIPS) is a leading provider of industry-standard processor architectures and cores for digital consumer and business applications. The company drives the broadest architectural alliance that is delivering 32- and 64-bit embedded RISC solutions. The company licenses its intellectual property to semiconductor companies, ASIC developers and system OEMs. MIPS Technologies and its licensees offer the widest range of robust, scalable processors in standard, custom, semi-custom and application-specific products. The company is based in Mountain View, Calif., and can be reached at +1 (650) 567-5000 or www.mips.com
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