The BWRC Fund has helped expand cancer education programs across the state.
In 2010, the BWRC Fund awarded approximately $49,000 in grants.
For more information about the BWRC Fund, visit www.
Rabaey, vice chair of the Berkeley Electrical Engineering and Computer Department and co-director of BWRC, said, "We picked the Xtensa architecture because it provides unsurpassed flexibility and extensibility which are crucial to our wireless application.
Bernie Rosenthal, Tensilica's Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, said "We are delighted to have been selected by BWRC for this challenging project.
According to Patrick Scaglia, vice president of Research at Cadence, the BWRC is poised to make a difference in the future of wireless technology with its innovative model for industry-academia collaboration and groundbreaking initiatives in interdisciplinary research.
The BWRC is the brainchild of UC Berkeley professors Robert Brodersen and Jan Rabaey.