Featured below are links to some recent articles about MIPS Technologies. Read on to see what reporters, editors and industry analysts are saying about MIPS. And this time we've also included a link to a recent MIPS webinar—check it out!
Four Scenarios for Android, Minus the Phone
Reporter Sebastian Rupley notes that Android has the potential to be disruptive on many types of hardware platforms, and in this post, he outlines four scenarios for what the OS might do beyond phones. MIPS is highlighted as the company that is bringing intelligence to digital entertainment devices with Android. Read the entire article here.
Analysis: MIPS32® M14K™ and M14Kc™ MCU cores
Kenton Williston sizes up MIPS' new MIPS32 M14K and M14Kc processor cores against the competition - the ARM Cortex-M3 and ARM926EJ-S, respectively. The verdict – MIPS comes out on top in cost, power and performance. For the detailed comparison, go here.
Altera Licenses MIPS32 Processor Architecture
According to marketing consultant and blogger Steve Leibson, the marriage between processor cores and FPGAs could be made in heaven – but he notes that "...the fusion of FPGA fabrics with microprocessor architectures on one slab of silicon has a checkered history." Could Altera's recent license of a MIPS32 core change all that? For Steve's insightful point of view, visit his column here.
MIPS joins Open Handset Alliance in Android push
According to Editor Richard Wilson, MIPS' "plans to use Google's Android operating system as a basis of its processor platforms stepped up a gear with the microprocessor developer joining the Open Handset Alliance, developer of the Android Linux-based operating system." Read the article here.
Android Goes Well Beyond Handsets
MIPS Technologies Director of Strategic Marketing Kevin Kitagawa explores the host of potential applications for the Android platform that will open new business models and create new opportunities for OEMs, developers, and consumers. Visit here for the complete story.
Google's Android Jumps to the Living Room
Brooke Crothers examines the migration of Android from the mobile phone to netbooks to... consumer electronics devices. That's MIPS Technologies' vision. Check out Brook's article based on an interview with MIPS Technologies here.
Android Moves into Home Entertainment
MIPS made its Android on MIPS source code publicly available to help drive the revolutionary Android platform into a broad range of consumer electronics devices. Dan Nystedt discusses Android on MIPS – click here for the whole story.
MIPS Makes Push in Greater China
Recent agreements with Taiwan's EE Solutions and China's Institute of Computing Technology (ICT) are expanding MIPS' considerable presence in Greater China, and enabling more local semiconductor companies to design MIPS-Based solutions. Find the complete article here.
The Evolution of Wireless SoCs: Designer 'Must-Haves' for Next-Generation Embedded Designs
MIPS and Sonics recently joined forces to present this webinar to illustrate how designers can effectively tune and optimize their wireless SoCs for superior performance, power, price and system flexibility. Click here to hear presenters Mark Throndson of MIPS and Frank Ferro from Sonics discuss how SoC designers can stay competitive with wireless communications designs.