The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has received a license to use Ceva's portfolio of wireless connectivity and smart sensing internet protocols to support the development of various DARPA-made wireless technologies under a new commercial engagement program.
Ceva said Tuesday it will provide processors, tools and technical area services to DARPA under the Toolbox initiative in support of the agency's technology development pursuits.
DARPA launched the Toolbox program to provide agency researchers with access to the latest commercial technologies and enable commercial partners to use DARPA's forward-looking research for new revenue opportunities.
Gideon Wertheizer, CEO of Ceva, said the partnership offers DARPA an IP portfolio of artificial intelligence processors, wireless technologies and digital signal processing.
“Our comprehensive and low-power platforms for 5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, computer vision, sound and motion sensing will help to accelerate innovation within DARPA,” said Wertheizer.
DARPA named Ceva, Arm and Verific as the first roster of companies partnered under Toolbox.