IP licensing


July 16, 2019

Arm opts for more flexibility in licensing

Arm has introduced a licensing model that makes it easier to try out cores during a design before committing to production.
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June 19, 2013

ANALYSIS: nVidia has the IP to license but what about the ecosystem?

To get others to adopt its GPU cores, Nvidia must quickly build partnerships with tool vendors and foundries that guarantee easy implementation.
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June 19, 2013

nVidia to license GPU technology as IP cores

Graphics chipmaker nVidia has said it plans to license as IP cores some of its technology in the hope of building up a customer base among other chipmakers and systems houses developing their own SoCs.
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April 18, 2013

Accellera publishes tag standard for soft IP

Accellera Systems Initiative has published version of 1.0 of its Soft IP Tagging standard for adding licensing information to RTL and other design files.
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April 18, 2013

ARM intros single-use licence for Big-Little

ARM has decided to put together a package deal for some of the components that will let prospective customers implement a multiprocessor subsystem in a single SoC design
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