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Friday, May 20, 2005

Agilent Licenses Xtensa for Image Processing

Agilent Technologies, Inc.’s Imaging Systems Division has signed a broad technology-access agreement to license Tensilica’s Xtensa V and Xtensa LX configurable processor technologies for next-generation products. This follows the successful deployment of Xtensa V processors by Agilent in several recently introduced imaging products.
For more information, see http://www.tensilica.com/html/pr_2005_05_19.html.

6 comments:

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Katrina said...

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