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CEVA unveils Dragonfly NB2, but now we have to learn more acronyms

  CEVA has revealed the successor to its Dragonfly NB1 silicon design, supporting the new 3GPP Release 14 standards. The followup includes a GNSS hardware package, for adding satellite positioning to your designs, as well as CEVA’s ClearVox voice-recognition IP. So while CEVA is claiming that this is the world’s first licensable Release 14 offering, it does mean that we’ve got some more names to learn. The chip designer isn’t to blame here, for the problem of the nomenclature. CEVA is hoping to snare more customers for the silicon, looking to build on the success of the Dragonfly NB1, which it says has been widely licensed for use in smart cities, transport and logistics, and consumer electronics. However, when asked,…

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