REHOVOT, Israel, October 26, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- CellGuide, the GNSS SNAP technology pioneer, today announced it will exhibit at MIPS Technologies' upcoming Technical Seminar in Israel. The annual seminar will be held this year on November 2, 2010 at the Avenue Conference Center, Airport City, Israel. Please see http://www.mips.com/israel_seminar2010 for more information on the MIPS Technical Seminar - Israel.
CellGuide's GNSS product line leads the evolution from existing standalone GPS chips to highly-integrated GPS solutions that provide superior price/performance and an enhanced user experience in a variety of location-based applications and scenarios. CellGuide's ACLYS GPS chip, the highly-compact CGSnap IP, and the associated host-based GPSense(TM) firmware, replace dedicated GPS silicon by leveraging mobile processors or other wireless components inside the mobile device to provide built-in GPS functionality.
For the mobile market, CellGuide has integrated its solutions with a variety of MIPS(R) cores running the Android operating system. During the seminar, CellGuide will present a demonstration system based on a MIPS 24Kc(TM) core running on an Android 2.1 platform.
"We are exited to have CellGuide join the mobile ecosystem exhibition at our upcoming seminar," said Art Swift, vice president of marketing and business development at MIPS. "Advanced GPS technologies such as those offered by CellGuide are critical components of next-generation mobile platforms. As MIPS gains further traction in mobile products such as smartphones, we are pleased to work closely with innovative companies like CellGuide to offer our customers integrated solutions."
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CellGuide Ltd. designs and manufactures high-performance, integrated GNSS solutions for mobile devices. CellGuide's product-lines of integrated IC and IP Core set a new price / performance standard compared to conventional GPS chips, making on-board GNSS possible for more mobile phones and consumer products than ever before.
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