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IBM memory chip powers ADI processor

Posted: 20 Jun 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Analog Devices? ibm? dsp? processor? embedded dram?

Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) has collaborated with IBM Microelectronics on the development of its latest family of DSPs. Under the terms of the agreement, the memory system of ADI's next-generation TigerSHARC processor will feature IBM's embedded DRAM.

"Our collaboration with IBM has resulted in a new class of DSP - one that integrates innovative DRAM technology with an advanced multiprocessing architecture," said Brian McAloon, group VP and general manager, DSP and System Products, ADI. "Adding embedded DRAM-based products to our TigerSHARC family further strengthens our performance density leadership in signal processing devices, allowing us to address an even broader range of customers designing applications, such as next-generation base stations, 3D imaging systems, and radar and sonar applications."

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