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Monday, January 23, 2012
LSI Expands Licensing Deal With ARM to Offer Multicore Processors for Networking Applications


Networking and storage chip company LSI Corp. today announced an expansion of its strategic relationship with ARM.

LSI will gain access to the the family of ARM processors, including the ARM Cortex-A15 processor with virtualization support and future ARM processors along with the ARM on-chip interconnect technology, including CoreLink cache coherent interconnect system IP, for use in multicore applications.

"Customers need high-performance, power-efficient solutions to help effectively manage the unprecedented growth in network traffic being driven by smartphones, tablets and cloud-based services, without impacting user experience," said Jeff Richardson, executive vice president and chief operating officer, LSI. "The integration of LSI's leadership in SoC solutions with ARM's strong ecosystem and leadership in power-efficient cores will lead to exciting new multicore-based solutions for our customers."

Multicore solutions based on the combination of ARM and LSI's ortfolio of IP will enable networking applications to satisfy the bandwidth demands in a power-efficient manner.


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