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September 22, 1998


By CBR Staff Writer

Hewlett-Packard Co has gone to Advanced RISC Machines Ltd for microprocessor cores to use as the basis for application specific integrated circuits in HP products. HP’s Integrated Circuit Business Division, which designs and manufacturers ASICs for HP’s portable computing, networking and computer peripherals products, said it chose to standardize on the ARM7 cores because of the broad availability of tools and software and design support. The agreement broadens HP’s IP portfolio, and is the start of a long-term relationship between the two companies, according to the division’s business manager, Dick Chang.

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