Intel to license tech from Taiwanese audio company?

Posted on Wednesday, Jan 04 2006 @ 00:46 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel is going to license technology from a Taiwanese audio firm called C-Media, The Taiwan Economic News writes.

According to the paper Intel is in process of developing high definition audio and the company needs some software and audio chip technology.
While it’s not unusual at all for Intel to invest in companies, it’s generally not keen on licensing. What the newspaper doesn’t provide is some hard details on what high definition audio is.

A quick gander at its website at this place shows that the firm is in the business of providing integrated circuits for PCI audio, USB audio, and wireless audio, as well as voice over IP tech.


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