2/4/2003 - CSR (Cambridge Silicon Radio) announced that it has been selected as a member of FierceWireless’s annual list of "The Fiercest 15", designating it one of the top 15 wireless companies of the year. FierceWireless, an internationally recognized email newsletter for the wireless industry, evaluated more than 1,200 privately held wireless companies based on vision, revenue potential, quality of deals and partnerships, and competitive position.
"Bluetooth is gaining mainstream adoption, and CSR is sitting pretty to exploit this market," said Stephen Wellman, Editor of FierceWireless. "Its single-chip Bluetooth system is a cheaper, better alternative than what’s out there now."
CSR specialises in providing single-chip radio devices to the global market for short-range wireless communications, including BluetoothTM. CSR was the first company in the world to offer a true single-chip Bluetooth solution with BlueCore, a fully integrated 2.4 GHz radio, baseband and microcontroller. The company has a growing list of major international customers including Microsoft Corp, Samsung, Sony, Compaq, IBM, Fujitsu, LG, ALPS, TDK, 3Com, Mitsumi, Siemens and Motorola, who have already used CSR’s BlueCore in the development of a range of Bluetooth products.
"FierceWireless is recognised for its advanced understanding of wireless trends and businesses," said Eric Janson, CSR's worldwide vice president, marketing. "Being selected as a member of The Fiercest 15 is an honour that underscores CSR’s growing prominence in the wireless community."
The Fiercest 15 celebrates the spirit of being "fierce" – daring to be innovative and aggressive, even in a difficult market environment. The list is available in today’s issue of FierceWireless and on the FierceWireless Web site at www.fiercewireless.com.
FierceWireless publishes a daily email briefing read by more than 40,000 executives in more than 100 countries. Since its inception in March 2000, FierceWireless has been recognised as a must-read source of news and intelligence for the wireless industry.
CSR (Cambridge Silicon Radio) specialises in providing single-chip radio devices to the global market for short-range wireless communications, including BluetoothTM. The company’s mission is to create the most highly integrated radio devices available, fabricated using standard CMOS technology, to provide its customers with the lowest cost of ownership of high quality digital radio.
CSR was the first company in the world to offer a true single-chip Bluetooth solution with BlueCore, a fully integrated 2.4 GHz radio, baseband and microcontroller. In Q4 2001 CSR released BlueCore2, its second generation family, and offer developed hardware/software bundles for each of the fastest growing Bluetooth applications markets. Users can combine the chips with the CSR Bluetooth software stack to provide a fully compliant solution for data and voice communications or, used with an upper layer host software stack, CSR is able to offer a complete Bluetooth end-to-end solution.
CSR has a growing list of major international companies including Microsoft Corp, Samsung, Sony, Compaq, IBM, Fujitsu, LG, ALPS, TDK, 3Com, Mitsumi, Siemens and Motorola, who have already used CSR’s BlueCore in the development of a range of Bluetooth products. In fact, 70% of available pre-qualified modules, as listed on the qualified products page of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) web site, feature BlueCore and it is in 57% of all qualified Bluetooth v 1.1 enabled end product designs.
CSR is headquartered in Cambridge, UK, with offices in Richardson, Texas; Tokyo, Japan; Singapore and Aalborg, Denmark. More information about CSR can be found on the web site at www.csr.com
FierceWireless is an internationally recognized email newsletter for the wireless industry. Every business day, more than 40,000 executives in over 100 countries rely on FierceWireless for a quick, authoritative briefing on the day’s top stories. FierceWireless is widely heralded in the wireless industry, and has been featured in Wired, the BBC, Business 2.0, Washington Post, and other news outlets. It is published by FierceMarkets, Inc., a business publishing company based in Washington, DC
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