Synopsys introduced three new DesignWare MIPI IP. The DesignWare consists of 3G DigRF Controllers and PHYs for MIPI DigRF V3 standard interface; CSI-2 Synthesizable controller for MIPI CSI-2 Host application; and D-PHY Physical Layer for MIPI CSI-2, DSI, and UniPro standard interfaces. The DesignWare 3G DigRF master and slave controllers and PHY, CSI-2 host controller and D-PHY are available now in 65nm and 40nm process technologies.
Adaptive Digital Technologies introduced the AnVoip and AnVoice VoIP voice engine software for Google Android software stack for mobile devices. The fielded algorithms are provided as off-the-shelf algorithm sets, integration-ready for quick inclusion into an Android application. The VoIP voice engine components, anVoip, and anVoice are packaged to supply either basic or enhanced voice capability to the Android-powered device. Algorithms may be added a-la-carte per a customer’s requirements. Custom application development by Adaptive Digital is also available.
MobiForms 5.0 mobile development tool now supports Google Android smartphones. MobiForms is the first rapid application development tool in the world specifically designed for Google Android. Up until now developing for Android required in depth professional programming skills with mandatory learning of Java, the Eclipse IDE (Integrated Development Environment) and the Google Android SDK (Software Development Kit). MobiForms replaces all of these tools with one simple, intuitive, drag and drop interface. No Java or XML programming is required.
The NI Measurement Suite for Mobile WiMAX (IEEE 802.16e-2005) is a software suite that engineers can use with modular RF instrumentation for automated testing of Mobile WiMAX devices. With NI Measurement Suite, engineers can perform Mobile WiMAX component and device testing faster than with traditional instruments, and with better accuracy and greater flexibility. NI Measurement Suite for Mobile WiMAX is priced from $5,999 (euro 5,499; 882,000 yen).
INSIDE Contactless and Mobile Distillery introduced the Celsius for Wave-Me NFC mobile application development platform. A beta release Celsius NFC for Wave-me for selected partners is expected to be available in the first quarter of 2010. The Celsius for Wave-Me license will be free for the development stage of any project, and will be updated to include new NFC phones and additional NFC stickers and add-ons as they become available, offering the widest and deepest access to NFC functionality.
The Khronos Group released the OpenWF 1.0 standard. OpenWF is an operating system-independent and hardware-neutral foundation for building windowing systems and providing display control functionality in accelerated mobile and embedded devices. OpenWF enables a new degree of portability, acceleration and abstraction for windowing systems, while adding functionality and features through close integration with Khronos application APIs. OpenWF acts as the underlying route to the display for advanced graphics and multimedia content generated using APIs such as OpenGL ES for fast and portable 3D graphics, OpenVG for vector graphics acceleration, and OpenMAX for multimedia.
Synopsys will take part in a technical session and breakfast at ARM TechCon3. ARM, the Common Platform (IBM, Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing ,and Samsung Electronics) alliance, and Synopsys will discuss the new level of collaboration necessary to address the cost and technical challenges associated with advanced mobile SoC design and manufacturing. The event will take place Wednesday, October 21st, 8:30am – 10:30am at the Santa Clara Convention Center (Ballroom H).