Via Technologies is adding new cores to its lineup of microprocessors, allowing it to develop chips to power consumer electronics products, a company executive announced Wednesday.Via has licensed Arm\u2019s ARM926EJ-S and ARM968E-S processor designs. Financial terms of the deal with Arm, a U.K. company that develops and licenses processor technology, were not disclosed.The agreement allows Via to incorporate these processors into its own designs and products. The new additions broaden a lineup that\u2019s been built around the C7 processor, Via\u2019s most powerful chip. "Using the Arm architecture, we can come up with more exciting devices," said Richard Brown, Via\u2019s vice president of marketing.The types of devices that will use these chips include set-top boxes and personal media players, he said. Via did not indicate when products based on chips using the Arm designs would be available.Computex runs through June 10.-Sumner Lemon, IDG News ServiceFor related news coverage, read Via to Offer \u2018Computer on a Chip\u2019 and Via Goes \u2018Pret-a-Porter\u2019 With Vogue PCs.Check out our CIO News Alerts and Tech Informer pages for more updated news coverage.