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ceroma

[sirō′mə] pl. ceromas, ceromata
Etymology: L, cera, wax; Gk, oma, tumor
a neoplasm that has undergone waxy degeneration.

ceroma

An obsolete term for a tumour or mass with a waxy appearance or consistency.

ceroma

(sē-rō′mă) [L. cera, wax, + Gr. oma, tumor]
A waxy tumor that has undergone amyloid degeneration.
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CeRoma aims to be the market leader in advanced digital media SoC products addressing the fast emerging high throughput, high resolution viewing and recording needs of the future digital home.
More importantly, integrating this IP core into our library will allow CeRoma to develop the most advanced set-top box and DTV products, while providing a very quick time-to-market delivery at attractive low costs.
CeRoma brings significant domain expertise for integrated SOC solutions and multimedia reference systems.
In addition, IBM's sales channels will complement CeRoma sales capability to quickly bring the CeRoma branded offerings to market and drive broader proliferation of the Digital Media solutions.
Established in 2005, CeRoma is a leader in highly integrated solutions for digital home entertainment devices.
Trevor Neal, CeRoma's Vice President said, "MStar is the most natural partner for CeRoma.
CeRoma, a leading designer and manufacturer of advanced system-on-chip (SoC) solutions for digital video broadcasting, and ARM (LSE: ARM); (Nasdaq: ARMHY) today announced that CeRoma will integrate the ARM1136J(F)-STM processor and ARM7TDMI(R) processor into its new Giraffe SoC solutions.
As DVB and IP-TV services become more advanced, CeRoma needs high-performance, low-cost processors capable of powering next-generation digital television products.
a world- leading provider of electronic design automation (EDA) software and intellectual property (IP), today announced that its MMAV(TM) verification intellectual property (IP) software has been licensed to CeRoma Semiconductor to help verify their latest high-performance system-on-chip (SoC) used in digital broadcasting devices within high-volume consumer products.
Denali's MMAV verification IP allows CeRoma Semiconductor to meet the digital video broadcast (DVB-T/C/S) and internet protocol device design specifications," said Uri Avimor, vice president of research and development at CeRoma Semiconductor.