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November 13, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 8:48pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Japanese Electronics giant Toshiba Corp has licensed Altocom Inc’s Softmodem 2.0 modem software. The software is designed to reduce the cost of electronic devices with integrated modems, by removing the digital signal processing chip, and performing its functions using software on the central processing unit. Toshiba will be licensing the software for use with the MIPS R3000, R4000 and R10000 RISC chips it fabricates. Mountain View, California- based Altocom has already licensed its software for use on Advanced RISC Machines Ltd’s ARM processors, and on Hitachi Ltd SH RISC family.

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