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TI DSP powers next-gen video infrastructure products

Posted: 08 Sep 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:digital signal processing? dsp? hd video broadcast?

As the delivery of HD video broadcast becomes more and more prevalent worldwide, products featuring Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) digital signal processing technologies are deploying to the market today.

Worldwide TI customers, leveraging the company's commitment to providing flexible, high-performance DSP solutions to both the standard-definition (SD) and high-definition broadcast markets, will display their cutting-edge wares at the annual International Broadcasters Conference (IBC) in Amsterdam, September 9-13.

The wide range of new products addressing markets including video headend and broadcast encoding/decoding/multiplexing systems testifies to the growing momentum of video infrastructure as the transition from SD to HD becomes a reality. IBC is a showcase for these burgeoning markets, allowing many TI customers to demonstrate products powered by TI's software programmable, high-performance DSPs from the TMS320C64x generation of products.

Companies like Tandberg Television, Tut Systems and Envivio will have opportunity to make further advances in video broadcast technology as TI's DSP roadmap for the industry becomes more robust. The TMS320C6455 DSP is the latest breakthrough, offering higher performance, reduced code size plus more on-chip memory and high bandwidth integrated peripherals, including the Serial RapidIO bus for inter-processor communications.

Manufacturers using the new C6455 DSP will see a system performance gain due to 2x - 12x boosts in performance and I/O bandwidth, allowing them to integrate more high-bandwidth channels, achieve higher image definition and produce more efficient software easily for faster time-to-market.

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