News 2008.11.20 Late Edition

ScanExpress JET JTAG Embedded Test Supports PowerPC 750/603E, i.MX31
Corelis has expanded its innovative ScanExpress JET[TM] JTAG Embedded Test product line with support for PowerPC 750/603E processors and the popular Freescale i.MX31 reference board. ScanExpress JET products are used for at-speed testing of circuit boards incorporating embedded processors in order to detect and isolate subtle structural and functional problems with minimal incremental development and investment.

Symmetry Electronics, Lantronix Offer MatchPort b/g Pro Webinar
Join Symmetry Electronics and Lantronix for live technical training on the MatchPort b/g Pro and SDK on Tuesday, December 2, 2008, from 12PM-1PM PST. You may attend the webinar by phone or on the web. Please register online by visiting Symmetry Electronics’ Upcoming Events section. We will e-mail you technical details on how to join the webinar.

Acoustic Technologies Unveils SoundClear ATS6010MMBC5-H for Bluetooth
Acoustic Technologies, Inc. announced the SoundClear ATS6010MMBC5-H enhanced multi-mic noise and echo cancellation software for Bluetooth headsets based on CSR’s BlueCore5-Multimedia platform. The ATS6010MMBC5-H is the next generation SoundClear dual-mic solution that adds highly desirable downlink processing features including Automatic Volume Control and Automatic Level Control into the SoundClear algorithm.

Xilinx Virtex-5 FXT FPGAs Comply with PCI Express 2.0 Standard
Xilinx, Inc. (Nasdaq: XLNX) announced its Virtex(R)-5 FXT FPGA platform is fully compliant with version 2.0 of the PCI Express(R) standard, making it the first FPGA offering available to support the 5Gbps version of the widely-adopted serial interconnect standard. Having passed the last round of specification testing at the PCI-SIG’s Compliance Workshop #62, the Virtex-5 FXT FPGA platform has been added to the PCI-SIG(R) Integrator’s List as the centerpiece of a broad range of design resources.

LSI Becomes Member of Power Forward Initiative
Power Forward Initiative (PFI) announced that LSI (NYSE: LSI) has joined the initiative in order to collaborate with other industry leaders to advance the state-of-the-art in low-power design. PFI membership has grown to more than 35 companies from around the world who represent a broad spectrum of semiconductor, IP, EDA, ASIC, design services and manufacturing providers.