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Broadcom adopts CEVA DSP core

Posted: 18 Dec 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:ceva? dsp cores?

CEVA Inc., a licensor of DSP cores and integrated applications, announced that Broadcom Corp. has deployed the CEVA-TeakLite DSP Core.

Broadcom will use the CEVA DSP core to power its BCM2132 EDGE/GPRS/GSM multimedia baseband processor chip for the rapidly emerging EDGE (Enhanced Data for GSM Evolution) market. Mobilink Telecom, which Broadcom acquired in 2002, licensed the CEVA-TeakLite DSP Core.

The chip's DSP processor together with the chipset's software/hardware architecture, delivers low-power consumption for full four-slot EDGE freeing processing power for a range of integrated multimedia applications including camera, graphics engine, multiple color displays, USB, IEEE 802.11 and Bluetooth technologies.

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