11/19/2004 - CEVA, Inc., (NASDAQ: CEVA; LSE: CVA), the leading licensor of Digital Signal Processor (DSP) cores and communications solutions to the semiconductor industry, announced that top Asia Pacific semiconductor and consumer electronics firms are adopting its leading DSP technologies including new wins with China-based Spreadtrum Communications Inc., and Japan-based Sharp Corporation. Moreover, since the beginning of 2004, Asia Pacific industry leaders including Kawasaki Microelectronics (K-Micro), Renesas Technology Corporation, UMC, OKI Electric Industry Company, EoNex Technologies Inc. and Japan Radio Company (JRC) have announced deals with CEVA.
"CEVA's traction in Asia Pacific has been very successful with revenues doubling in the region in 2004. Advanced semiconductor and consumer electronics companies throughout Asia recognize the value of CEVA's portfolio of DSP and communication technologies," said Chet Silvestri, President and CEO of CEVA. "We provide our Asia Pacific customer base with local support and R&D teams."
In 2004, CEVA announced these licensing agreements:
CEVA's portfolio of DSP cores, solutions and communications intellectual property spans multimedia (audio, video, image), location (GPS), communication (VoIP), connectivity (Bluetooth), and high-speed serial communications (SATA, SGMII), all supported by CEVA Services.
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