|Eureka Technology Embraces FPGA Core Common License Initiative
Los Altos, Calif., (September 11, 2001) -- Eureka Technology, Inc., a Xilinx
AllianceCORE 3rd-party IP provider today announces it has joined the Common
License Consortium and will make its semiconductor intellectual property
available for license under the terms of the SignOnce IP License.
"FPGA customers demand very short time-to-market, which is one of the main
reasons why our customers choose Eureka's IP cores," said Simon Lau, President
of Eureka Technology. "The SignOnce IP License is an innovative way to
simplify the legal and procurement process for these customers. It is an
important tool for us and for the industry."
"We welcome the addition of an established IP provider such as Eureka Technology
to the Common License Consortium," said Mark Bowlby, AllianceCORE program
manager at Xilinx. "Their participation provides further evidence that the
industry is ready for a solution to the IP licensing challenge."
All cores from Eureka Technology are now available for license under the
terms of the SignOnce IP License. Information on Eureka's products and
services can be found on the Eureka web site at
and the Xilinx IP center at
About Eureka Technology
Eureka Technology is a leading intellectual property (IP) provider for ASIC
and FPGA designers. The company offers a wide range of silicon-proved system
core logic functions and peripheral functions for systems based on PCI bus,
PowerPC, ARM, MIPS, ARC, or SH2-4 CPUs. These IP cores are designed to improve the
design time-to-market delay, eliminate design risks, and reduce development costs.
Founded in 1993, the company has a strong customer base in the United States,
Japan and Europe. For more information about the company, please visit the Web
site at http://www.eurekatech.com or send
email to email@example.com.
About the Common License Consortium
Xilinx and members of its AllianceCORE third-party IP provider program have
joined together to form the Common License Consortium. All consortium members
have agreed to accept a single set of common IP licensing terms, called the
SignOnce IP License, for acquiring FPGA-based IP cores. The result is a first
for the IP industry - a single set of licensing terms, giving customers access
to IP cores from multiple vendors for use in Xilinx programmable logic.
For more information on this program, go to
Eureka Technology, Inc.
Tel: 650 960 3800
Web site: http://www.eurekatech.com.