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ARM encircles Triscend

Jan 29, 2004 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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ARM announced plans to acquire Triscend, a pioneer in configurable system-on-chip (CSoC) processors and customizable microcontrollers. Founded in 1997, Triscend is a 41-person, privately-held, venture capital-funded company based in Mountain View, Calif. The company's customizable SoC technology is said to offer the flexibility of a field-programmable device but at a price point comparable to an off-the-shelf standard product.

Triscend first announced an ARM-based CSoC in September of 2000.

For more specifics about the proposed acquisition, have a look at the DeviceForge.com announcement.

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