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June 23, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:45pm

SUN USES LG SEMICON TO FAB ITS JAVA CHIPS

By CBR Staff Writer

In an extension of their agreement announced back at the JavaOne conference (CI No 3,133), LG Semicon is to manufacture Java processors for Sun Microsystems Inc and will also collaborate with Sun on new derivatives of future Java processors. LG was the first licensee for Sun’s picoJava core specification for Java chips. The first Java processor LG Semicon is to manufacture for Sun will include a CRT controller, flicker-free logic, modem port, graphics controller that are necessary for consumer applications such as Internet TV, kiosks and network computers. Sun’s now saying it’ll begin offering samples of the part in the fourth quarter with devices expected in the first half of 1998.

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