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Thursday, June 07, 2007

Two Korean Universities License Xtensa

The CoSoC (Center of System on Chip design technology) of Seoul National University is using Xtensa processors in the classroom and has announced their third annual SOC design contest, which will, for the first timie, accept designs that use Xtensa processors.

The KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) has licensed Xtensa to develop multimedia SOC designs.

Our agreement with these two universities underscores our dedication to working with universities around the world to train next-generation design engineers. We now have over 80 universities worldwide that use Xtensa processors in their research and/or classrooms.

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