Product category: Communications ICs (Wired)
News Release from: Texas Instruments (April 2001-March 2006) | Subject: TCS2600, TCS2620, TCS2200 and TCS2010
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 24 February 2003
Chipsets carve out four different mobile
Four new GSM/GPRS chipset solutions build on the market success of their predecessors to enable compelling new multimedia applications on wireless mobile devices addressing all market segments.
Four new GSM/GPRS chipset solutions from Texas Instruments build on the market success of their predecessor chipsets to enable compelling new multimedia applications on wireless mobile devices addressing all market segments The latest additions to the TCS family of chipsets provide the industry's first hardware-based security features, which offer protection against viruses and promote secure m-commerce and financial transactions on mobile devices
"With the rapid growth of GPRS, having a variety of highly differentiated feature-rich handsets is increasingly crucial to consumers and wireless operators", said Rick Kornfeld, Vice President and General Manager for TI's wireless chipset business.
"Wireless terminal manufacturers require chipsets that are specifically tailored to high-growth market segments - from voice-centric communications to rich multimedia devices.
These newest additions to TI's TCS chipset family are designed to meet these stringent performance, power and size targets, while simultaneously providing strong security features".