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Serious Integrated, Inc.

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Now we're ready to go to market,” said Pollock, who is the company's one employee not involved in R&D. I've been developing all the marketing materials and putting together sales and distribution.” Anasift is going into beta sites now with its new product, but is holding off on a formal announcement until it's ready to ship, Pollock said.

Researchers at the University of Southern California are developing artificial-vision equipment using high-performance DSPs. A 1GHz DSP would improve the visibility possible in implanted electronic systems in a human retina from a current 16 pixels to 1,000 pixels. At 1,000 pixels, the artificial-vision equipment could help create images that show both shape and light texture for vision-impaired people, said Ray Simar, TI fellow and advanced DSP architectures manager.

Curtis Industries

SSI Technologies, Inc.

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Researchers at the University of Southern California are developing artificial-vision equipment using high-performance DSPs. A 1GHz DSP would improve the visibility possible in implanted electronic systems in a human retina from a current 16 pixels to 1,000 pixels. At 1,000 pixels, the artificial-vision equipment could help create images that show both shape and light texture for vision-impaired people, said Ray Simar, TI fellow and advanced DSP architectures manager.

PWQ uses a specified wafer layout, which is inspected on KLA-Tencor's 23xx series high-resolution imaging inspection system. After data has been collected from the 23xx, it is further analyzed via proprietary algorithms to identify and prioritize repeating regions of process window marginality.

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Honeywell Sensing and Productivity Solutions

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PWQ uses a specified wafer layout, which is inspected on KLA-Tencor's 23xx series high-resolution imaging inspection system. After data has been collected from the 23xx, it is further analyzed via proprietary algorithms to identify and prioritize repeating regions of process window marginality.

Atmel Corp., for one, is leaning heavily on standard products. Recently it worked with Franklin Publishers Inc. to tweak one of its existing microcontrollers to power handheld computers, using another version of the ARM9 processor core to alter the design. In this way, Franklin got its chip out the door in about four months because it could take advantage of existing software and chip design that had already largely been debugged. It's not just about providing validated IP intellectual property, it's about providing IP in products that actually exist,” said Jay Johnson, director of marketing for ASICs and ASSPs at Atmel (San Jose, Calif.).

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