UWB Gets An ARM Lift

April 12, 2006
ARM reports that UWB chip and hardware companies Alereon, Focus Enhancements, Mindtree Consulting, PulseLINK, and Staccato Communications will integrate ARM9 family microprocessor technology in their forthcoming networking and consumer device products.

Cambridge, England:

ARM reports that UWB chip and hardware companies Alereon, Focus Enhancements, Mindtree Consulting, PulseLINK, and Staccato Communications will integrate ARM9 family microprocessor technology in their forthcoming networking and consumer device products. Their move to ARM9 technology is predicated on the fact that it reduces time-to-market for new UWB chip sets and hardware.

UWB, a high-speed, short-range wireless technology, is dedicated to the transfer of digital content between devices in different entertainment and computing groups throughout the home. Such devices include digital video recorders, set-top boxes, televisions, and computing peripherals.

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