CSR’s IPS™ Universal Print Interpreter Software Licensed by HP

  CSR’s IPS™ Universal Print Interpreter Software Licensed by HP

  Print interpreter includes support for all standard print languages in use
            today, delivered within a single software architecture

Business Wire

CAMBRIDGE, England & SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- December 12, 2012

CSR plc (LSE: CSR; NASDAQ: CSRE) today announced that HP has entered into a
new agreement with CSR to use CSR’s IPS™ Universal Print Interpreter software
across HP’s printer, multi-function printer (MFP), and all-in-one (AIO)
product lines. This licence builds upon HP’s longstanding adoption of CSR’s
IPS print language technology. CSR’s IPS Universal Print Interpreter software
is the industry’s only shipping solution supporting all standard print
languages – PostScript, PDF, PCL 5, PCL 6 and XPS.

The IPS Universal Print Interpreter solution, deployed in select HP LaserJet
and Officejet printers, enables printers to reliably handle print jobs sent
from Apple AirPrint™, Google Cloud Print™ and a wide variety of traditional
sources such as desktop and graphics arts applications, ERP systems and
engineering applications.

“Supporting high-quality printing via Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print is
becoming increasingly important as the Apple® and Google® platforms become
more widely used in both the home and enterprise,” said Anthony Murray, SVP
Business Group, CSR. “We are gratified that HP – the standard-setter in the
printer market – has chosen CSR for multiple print languages. Our unrelenting
focus on compatibility across all print languages ensures that HP’s printers
will reliably produce the expected output when printing from a wide variety of
sources, including both traditional sources such as notebooks and servers and
new sources such as smartphones, tablets and the cloud.”

The CSR IPS family of interpreters supports all standard page description
languages (PDLs) with a universal interpreter architecture. IPS interpreters
have emerged as the industry’s most widely-adopted PDL interpreters with the
most comprehensive compatibility with HP printers, and enable OEMs to deliver
colour and monochrome printers and multi-function devices capable of printing
complex, graphics-rich documents without losing time, quality or data.


About CSR

CSR is a global provider of innovative silicon and software solutions for the
location-aware, media-rich, cloud-connected world. Our platforms are optimised
for the automotive navigation and infotainment, digital cameras and imaging,
connected home infotainment and wireless audio markets. We provide solutions
to complex problems in the audio-visual, connectivity and location technology
domains across a broad range of markets, with a technology portfolio that
includes GPS/GNSS systems, Bluetooth®, Wi-Fi®, FM, NFC, aptX® and CVC™ audio
codecs, JPEG, MPEG, H.264 imaging, PDL printing, microcontrollers, DSPs and
broadband receivers. CSR's technology solutions and market platforms enable
its customers to deliver a superior user experience and are adopted by leaders
in the auto, computer, home and mobile markets. More information can be found
at www.csr.com. Keep up to date with CSR on our technical blog or CSR people
blog, YouTube, Facebook or follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/CSR_plc


This press release contains certain statements (including statements
concerning plans and objectives of management for future operations or
performance, or assumptions related thereto) that are not historical facts and
constitute ‘forward looking statements’ within the meaning of the United
States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 in relation to CSR’s
IPS Universal Print Interpreter software, and their performance
characteristics in HP printers and other devices, and other future events and
their potential effects on CSR. These forward-looking statements can be
identified by words such as ‘will’, ‘can deliver’, offers', 'allows', 'to
enhance’, ‘enables’, 'designed to', and other similar expressions regarding
the performance characteristics of CSR’s IPS Universal Print Interpreter
software, and their performance characteristics in consumer electronics
products, and their potential effects on CSR. Any future release of CSR’s IPS
Universal Print Interpreter software or consumer electronics products
containing such technology, related products or modifications to such
products’ capability, functionality or features are subject to ongoing
evaluation by CSR and its customers, and may or may not be implemented and
should not be considered firm commitments by CSR or its customers and should
not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. Such forward-looking
statements represent the current expectations and beliefs of management of
CSR, and are based upon numerous assumptions regarding CSR’s business
strategies and the environment in which CSR will operate and therefore involve
a number of known and unknown risks, contingencies, uncertainties and other
factors, many of which are beyond the control of CSR, including, but not
limited to, those detailed from time to time in CSR’s periodic reports
(whether under the caption Risk Factors or Forward Looking Statements or
elsewhere), which are available at the SEC’s web site http://www.sec.gov. Each
forward looking statement speaks only as of the date hereof. CSR does not
undertake to release publicly any updates or revisions to any forward looking
statements contained herein, otherwise than required by law.

Bluetooth® and the Bluetooth logos are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
and licensed to CSR.

Wi-Fi®, Wi-Fi Alliance®, WMM®, Wi-Fi Protected Access®, WPA®, WPA2®, Wi-Fi
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Lori Evans
Evans Public Relations
+1 (650) 200-5891
Sally Brown
Rocket Communications
+44(0)845 370 7024
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