SiRF acquires Bluetooth company

SiRF, the company that makes what is likely the most popular GPS chipset available today, has announced the acquisition of Impulsesoft Pvt. Ltd.(Word file), a Bluetooth-enabled software company in India, and has combined this announcement with the introduction of the SiRFLinkI (Word file) (a chipset with Bluetooth and GPS built in).

According to the company's press releases, Impulsesoft has a series of embedded software products that address features such as streaming music from phones to Bluetooth headsets.

The product data sheets for the SiRFLinkI are not yet available, but it is another step towards smaller and more capable GPS devices and phones.

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