Montpellier, France — Cortus will demonstrate momentum building for its low-power IP cores at two major industry events. Cortus will exhibit at Embedded World, in Nurnberg, Germany (February 24th to 26th) and Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain (March 2nd to 5th) where it will announce a number of new software partners porting to the Cortus architecture and showcase several high-volume production devices being deployed with its cores.
“In the first half of 2015 Cortus licensees are ramping up volume production in a range of connected intelligent devices such as IoT network controllers, smart sensors, touchscreen controllers and next-generation SIM cards,” says Roddy Urquhart, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Cortus. “In addition, we are will be announcing a number of new partners porting to our architecture, enhancing the choice of RTOS and IDEs for Cortus customers.”
Cortus will be exhibiting at Embedded World in Nurnberg, Germany from February 24th – 26th, 2015 at Hall 5, Stand 5-478. The company will be at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from March 2nd – 5th in Hall 5, Stand 5B75. At each show, Cortus will demonstrate how its cores are being widely adopted and how its ecosystem is growing. To see the technology in use or arrange a meeting with the company at either show, please contact Dr. Roddy Urquhart at email@example.com.
Cortus offers a range of minimalist 32-bit processor cores offering good computational performance, a low silicon footprint and very low power dissipation. In October, 2014, the company unveiled two new cores (the APS23 and APS25), based on a new Cortus v2 instruction set. The Cortus v2 instruction set allows the seamless mixing of 16-, 24- and 32-bit instructions without mode switching. The new cores complement the existing product family and are optimized for the needs of intelligent, connected, sensor-based devices, where power, cost and security are critical factors.
For more information visit www.cortus.com.
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