We have selected Barco Silex as strategic design services partner to develop the Moon family of sophisticated reconfigurable digital radio/TV receiver semiconductor devices.
Enschede, The Netherlands — November 09, 2010 — Recore Systems selects Barco Silex as strategic partner to develop the Moon family of sophisticated reconfigurable digital radio/TV receiver semiconductor devices.
A Moon device natively demodulates any combination of DAB, DAB+, DMB and FM and decodes and plays digital audio/video content. The versatile and low-power Moon family is based on Recore’s state-of-the-art reconfigurable Montium® Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology. This allows (existing) Moon devices to be upgraded or reconfigured to receive upcoming digital broadcasting standards.
Recore will release a family of Moon devices targeting various designs: from standard digital radio to feature rich digital TV. Additional reference designs enable module manufacturers to swiftly meet OEM’s and ODM’s expectations. Each device provides ample connectivity for integration in a broad range of target products. Manufacturers of digital multimedia radios can quickly build a cost-effective product around a Moon device with only a minimum number of external components.
Paul Heysters, CEO of Recore Systems: ‘In the near future consumers will be able to experience a whole new generation of portable digital radio and TV devices that offer many new features and services. We are very motivated to work on the underlying technology. We only work with the best partners available and are glad to make use of Barco Silex’s excellent knowledge of system-on-chip integration.’
Geert Decorte, Sales & Marketing Manager of Barco Silex S.A. ‘We are glad that an ambitious company like Recore Systems has found their way to our design services. We are confident that we can help them making their innovative design into a successful product.’
About Recore Systems:
Recore Systems is a fabless semiconductor company that develops advanced digital signal processing platform chips and licenses reconfigurable semiconductor IP. The company is specialized in reconfigurable multi-core designs that allow instant adaptation to new situations and offer a unique combination of flexibility, high performance, low power and low cost. Reconfigurable systems reduce time-to-market and offer flexibility through software upgrades.
The scalable multi-core technology is applied both in energy-efficient portable consumer electronics and in computational demanding high-end applications. Typical application areas are broadcasting, wireless (tele)communications, multimedia and digital beamforming.
Recore's reconfigurable technology comprises innovative processor cores, design tools for easy integration in customer solutions and ready-to-use applications.
Barco Silex Design Services, a micro-electronic design house established in 1991, belongs to the Belgian Barco electronic group and has offices in Belgium and France.
Barco Silex is a leader in contract engineering services, custom hardware and software development, as well as hardware IP core products. Its high quality IP cores, in video and crypto, are optimized for all leading-edge devices. Thanks to its continued stream of aggressive innovations, rooted in the needs of the industry, Barco Silex stays ahead of the competition. Barco Silex's history as a custom electronic design house (ASIC, FPGA, DSP, BOARD) specialized in video coding and complex SoC design, and leveraging ARM processors, goes back to 1991 and offers the best guarantee for continuous support throughout the complete lifecycle of products.
For more information, please visit www.barco.com/en/designservices/
Barco, a global technology company, designs and develops visualization products for a variety of selected professional markets. Barco has its own facilities for Sales & Marketing, Customer Support, R&D and Manufacturing in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific. Barco (NYSE Euronext Brussels: BAR) is active in more than 90 countries with about 3,100 employees worldwide. Barco posted sales of 638 million euro in 2009.