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Dongbu Electronics Adds ARM Metro Low-Power Library To Design Support Portfolio.

New 0.18-micron Standard Cell Library Enables Low-Power Chip Designs, Significantly Reducing Power and Chip Size for Mobile and Portable Consumer Applications

SEOUL, South Korea -- Dongbu Electronics today announced the latest addition to its expanding portfolio of design support resources, namely the ARM([R]) Metro[TM] low-power high-density standard cell library for chips designed at the 0.18-micron node. The ARM Metro library, part of its Artisan([R]) physical IP family, is ideally suited to support system-on-chip (SoC) designs targeting mobile handset and portable consumer applications and is offered to Dongbu's foundry customers at no charge via the ARM website.

The ARM Metro standard cell library enables a significant reduction of power of up to 25 percent for active and inactive devices, thereby extending battery life in mobile phones and portable media players. Moreover, the newly added library to Dongbu's design support portfolio deploys standard cells that are approximately 20 percent smaller than those offered in the ARM SAGE-X[TM] standard cell library. As a result, chips designed with the ARM-based Dongbu low-power high-density library yield more chips per wafer while boosting price competitiveness.

"Dongbu's continuing strategy to offer advanced processes and design support solutions to meet requirements for mobile and portable consumer applications aligns with ARM's commitment to provide silicon-proven IP that addresses critical power requirements for SoC designs," said Brent Dichter, general manager, Physical IP, ARM. "Continuing our relationship with Dongbu provides our mutual customers with an optimized implementation solution on Dongbu's 0.18-micron process that can enable shortened design time and accelerate differentiated products to market."

"Today's announcement underscores Dongbu's commitment to provide best-in-class design support for low-power SoC solutions targeting mobile handset and portable consumer applications," said Dr. Jae Song, EVP of Dongbu. "We look forward to continuing our collaboration with ARM to expand further our design support for low-power chip solutions."

Availability

The ARM Metro standard cell library is immediately available for licensed customers to download at no charge via the ARM website at www.arm.com.

About Dongbu Electronics

Dongbu Electronics provides world-class CMOS processing for system-on-chip solutions that integrate advanced logic, analog, and mixed-signal technologies. As a "Specialty Solution Partner" in high-growth markets, such as those represented by mobile handsets and flat-panel displays, Dongbu adds high value with specialized processing for CMOS Image Sensor (CIS), High Voltage, Embedded Flash, and LCD Driver IC (LDI) functions. Dongbu's collaborate-and-thrive approach is evident across the entire manufacturing spectrum including prototype development/verification, packaging/module development, complete turnkey solutions, and accelerating time to volume production. The company's stock is publicly traded under 001830 on the Korea Stock Exchange. For more information, visit www.dongbuelec.com.

ARM is a registered trademark of ARM Limited. Metro is a trademark of ARM Limited. Artisan and Artisan Components are registered trademarks of ARM Physical IP, Inc. All other brands or product names are the property of their respective holders. "ARM" is used to represent ARM Holdings plc; its operating company ARM Limited; and the regional subsidiaries ARM INC.; ARM KK; ARM Korea Ltd.; ARM Taiwan; ARM France SAS; ARM Consulting (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.; ARM Belgium N.V.; AXYS Design Automation Inc.; AXYS GmbH; ARM Embedded Solutions Pvt. Ltd.; ARM Physical IP, Inc.; and ARM Norway, AS.
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