IPextreme CEO, Warren Savage, Speaking on Expert Panel on Power Enablement at Freescale Technology Forum

June 25 event to take place in Orlando Florida

CAMPBELL, CA, June 19, 2007 – IPextreme® Inc, a semiconductor intellectual property (IP) licensing specialist, has been invited to formally participate in Freescale’s Technology Forum 2007.  IPextreme CEO, Warren Savage, will join Freescales’ Industrial/Storage Market Segment Manager, Glenn Beck, Power.org’s CTO, Mike Paczan, Wind River Systems’ CTO Tomas Evenson, Freescale’s Enablement Manager, Ian Forsyth, and moderator, Markus Levy, founder and president of the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC), as they discuss the future of the Power Architecture™ technology.  IPextreme’s FTF participation follows the recently expanded relationship between Freescale and IPextreme, wherein the popular Power Architecture e200 family of cores is now available for license through IPextreme.

When:    Monday June 25, 2007, 3:00 to 5:00 pm EDT
Where:  Palazzo Salon F, Ritz Carlton, Orlando, Florida
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Dubbed the “Power Enablement” panel, Savage et. al will address Power Architecture™ technology requirements as befits the needs of the development community for many years to come.  The panel will provide insight and perspective from Power Architecture ecosystem members embroiled in IP, chips, software, tools, systems and standards. They will highlight how this ecosystem will evolve to support next-generation market requirements, such as the transition to multi-core-based designs. As Power Architecture technology is a product/design foundation or consideration all are encouraged to attend the “Power Enablement” panel. 

About the Power Architecture™ techonology
Power Architecture technology is an instruction set architecture that spans applications from consumer electronics to supercomputers.  Power Architecture technology forms an enhanced platform for collaborative hardware innovation, with the goal of developing community specifications and supporting development tools that work together to facilitate integration and enhanced implementations.  Freescale and IPextreme are both members of Power.org, the open, collaborative organization that enables, develops and promotes Power Architecture technology.

About IPextreme Inc.
IPextreme brings high-value intellectual property (IP) from large semiconductor companies to consumer and automotive System-on-Chip (SOC) designers worldwide. These products are silicon-proven to minimize design risk and provided in a process independent and EDA neutral format, for easy use by the broadest range of customers. With a decade of experience in developing, packaging, licensing and supporting IP, our team offers a complete business solution for semiconductor companies to strategically leverage their internal IP portfolio to grow overall revenue. IPextreme has offices in Campbell, California, Munich, Germany and Tokyo, Japan. www.ip-extreme.com.