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National Instruments acquires DSP software developer

Posted: 08 Dec 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:national instruments? hyperception? graphical development tools? dsp?

National Instruments (NI) has acquired Texas-based software developer Hyperception, a designer of graphical development tools for DSP. Hyperception software uses a graphical system design methodology to generate embedded code for industry-leading DSP chips, including Texas Instruments C2000/C3000/C5000/C6000 DSP families and the SHARC/Blackfin DSP families from Analog Devices.

"Hyperception DSP technology and patented NI LabVIEW software are very similar in their graphical development methodology," said Mihir Ravel, VP of technology and corporate development for National Instruments. "Integrating the Hyperception DSP tools into our LabVIEW graphical software platform delivers a much more conducive environment for embedded DSP application development that can span the entire design-to-test cycle."

NI will continue to operate Hyperception as a separate company in Dallas as the development teams work to integrate the products and knowledge base of the two companies. As a wholly owned subsidiary of NI, Hyperception will continue to develop and offer its complete line of graphical development software for DSP applications as well as directly support educational initiatives with uninterrupted support to participating schools.

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