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Mobile Station Applications Processor

Tue, 04/10/2001 - 10:34am
QUALCOMM announced that the QUALCOMM CDMA Technologies (QCT) MSP1000™ mobile station applications processor sampled as planned in December 2000. The MSP1000 device enables integration of advanced multimedia features, including support for streaming video using PacketVideo's PVPlayer™ Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG-4) streaming media decoder, Java-enabled applications, games, m-commerce, navigation and e-books. The MSP1000 device facilitates implementation of these high-performance functions in a system that includes one of QCT's Mobile Station Modem (MSM™) integrated circuits and the Wireless Internet Launchpad™ suite. QCT's Wireless Internet Launchpad suite of advanced technologies and software includes MPEG-4 streaming video, gpsOne™, position-location capabilities featuring SnapTrack™ technology, Bluetooth™ connectivity capabilities, R-UIM (Removable User Identification Module), and multimedia features such as MP3 player software support and CMX™ MIDI-based multimedia software.

QCT's MSP1000 solution incorporates an ARM® microprocessor with a full suite of integrated peripherals specifically targeted toward handheld devices. It provides a direct and seamless interface to QCT's family of MSM integrated circuits and radio solutions for second and third-generation (3G) standards, providing wireless device manufacturers with flexibility in product segmentation. Using a single system design, manufacturers can develop a wide variety of platforms with unique feature sets by selecting from QCT's range of pin-compatible MSM integrated circuits. The MSP1000 integrated circuit supports most popular handheld operating systems, including Symbian, Microsoft Windows® CE and other proprietary systems.

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