Improv and MIPS Announce North American Seminar Series On Platform-Based Design Methodology For VOIP and Communications Applications

1/21/2002 - Improv Systems, a pioneer in application-optimized DSPs(TM), and MIPS Technologies Inc, a leading provider of industry-standard processor architectures and cores, have announced the schedule for a series of free, North American seminars to highlight the benefits of platform-based design. The half-day events will demonstrate how the two companies' technologies can be combined to quickly develop system-on-chip (SOC) devices for communications applications. Attendees of the interactive educational forums will learn how a platform-based design methodology based around Improv's designer-defined Jazz DSP(TM) core and MIPS Technologies' 32- and 64-bit microprocessor cores can be used to reduce time-to-market and offer a more flexible approach to developing communications chips, particularly those targeting the high-growth voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) market.

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