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|Industry||RISC processors, semiconductors|
|Headquarters||Temecula, California, United States of America|
|Key people||Jauher Zaidi (Founder, Chairman, Maha Zaidi, founder, CEO|
|Products||CoreFrame(R) System on Chip Platform, IP Cores, Software Apps|
|Employees||110 (December 31, 2007)|
The Company was founded in 1996 as 'Palmchip Corporation'. The word 'Palm' in 'Palmchip' is an acroynm for "(integrated) Processor, Analog (interface), Logic, and Memory".
The Company's Silicon Valley offices were opened in 1996 while its Colorado, Boston, and Austin offices opened in 1998. Palmchip Corporation also had offices in Lahore and Islamabad, Pakistan.
Palmchip Corporation holds 6 patents in the area of System-on-Chip.
A characteristic feature of Palmchip SoC platforms is their low electric power consumption and high performance, which makes them particularly suitable for use in portable devices. Palmchip platforms are used in mobile phones, including some articles manufactured by Panasonic and Motorola. Palmchip platforms are also used in current DVD players.
- "Patents:AN/Palmchip". Retrieved 2009-02-07.
- "Palmchip Introduces New AcurX Series of Configurable System-On-Chip Platforms for Mega-gate Chip Designs". Retrieved 2009-01-09.
- "Palmchip announces AcurX-Lite SoC Platform for Wireless Mobility". Retrieved 2009-01-09.