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cypress

cupressusmacrocarpa. Called also Monterey cypress.
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Cypress and the Cypress logo, PSoC and EZ-USB are registered trademarks of Cypress Semiconductor Corporation.
Cypress Innovator Design Challenge contest entries will be solicited from six regions: (1) North America, (2) Europe and the Middle East, (3) China, (4) Japan and Korea, (5) India, and (6) Southeast Asia and ROW (rest of world).
The Cypress University Alliance Program is being spearheaded by new-hire Patrick Kane, a seasoned industry veteran who has joined Cypress to drive the program worldwide.
Cypress delivers high-performance sensors for custom and high-end digital photography; ultra high-speed imaging solutions for automotive safety, machine vision and motion analysis; and consumer-oriented solutions for ultra-slim digital still cameras, single-use cameras and camera-enabled mobile devices.
Cypress has been shipping lead-free components since 2003 and is now offering lead-free packaging for all new integrated circuit (IC) products with the exception of flip chip products.
Cypress will demonstrate the industry's first Algorithmic NSE, the Sahasra 50000 in booth #307 on Wednesday, October 19 from 12:00 p.
We have strong relationships with leading mobile phone companies worldwide, due in part to offering multiple solutions as manufacturers look to streamline supply chains," said Chris Seams, executive vice president of Sales and Marketing at Cypress.
Cypress also continues to aggressively implement operational and manufacturing strategies that are good for both the environment and Cypress stakeholders.
Cynapse features a common high-level table management API, device drivers, and device models for all Cypress Network Search Engine product families that allow system software designers to develop critical control plane software.
Takachiho has a very successful track record representing our CMOS image sensors in the Japanese market," said Michael Bollesen, managing director of sales for Cypress in Japan.
George Saul, President of Cypress MicroSystems, comments, "Just as the object-oriented paradigm freed software developers from the complexity imposed by structured programming languages, PSoC Express frees hardware designers from the intricacies of current embedded development/design environments.