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MIPS32 34K core at heart of Mobileye collision prevention chip

Posted: 10 Nov 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:chip? core? collision prevention? automotive electronics?

The new C2-270 collision prevention system from Mobileye is powered by MIPS Technologies' multi-threaded MIPS32 34K core.

The MIPS32 34K core is at the heart of Mobileye's EyeQ2 vision chip, which Mobileye said improves pedestrian, road and vehicle safety by alerting drivers of a possible collision.

The MIPS32 34K core family, the first implementation of the MIPS Multi-threading (MT) Application Specific Extension (ASE) in a licensable IP core, is designed for multi-threading in embedded applications.

Isaac Litman, CEO of Mobileye Products, said the MIPS 34K core gives EyeQ2 a 6x performance increase compared to the previous generation. "The wide variety of algorithms and functionality in the C2-270, including its unique pedestrian collision warning capability, require extreme real-time performance that could only be provided by the MIPS-based EyeQ2," he said.

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