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Embedded Vision Insights: January 29, 2013 Edition

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Dear Colleague,

At the beginning of the month, I pointed out the most recent press release from the Embedded Vision Alliance, which announced new members Digital Media Professionals and LSI. I also mentioned that PathPartner Technology had more recently joined the Alliance. And at this time, I'm happy to pass along news of a further expansion of the Alliance membership, to include processor core supplier Tensilica. Several additional Alliance members-to-be are in the process of completing their enrollment paperwork, and I look forward to telling you about them in future newsletter editions.

The company overview on Tensilica's website notes, "As the recognized leader in customizable DPUs [dataplane processor units], Tensilica is helping top-tier semiconductor companies, innovative start-ups and system OEMs build high-volume, trend-setting products. Tensilica’s IP cores power SoC designs at system OEMs and seven of the top 10 semiconductor companies for designs in mobile wireless, telecom and network infrastructure, computing and storage, and home and auto entertainment." By virtue of its membership in the Alliance, Tensilica has clearly identified embedded vision as a key growth market opportunity, both today and in the future. Welcome, Tensilica!

Two weeks ago, I mentioned that online registration had...