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2004-03-16 Cellphones suck up the chips
Cellphones have become the single largest market for processor silicon and also the largest market for RISC cores
2004-03-16 Cellphones suck up the chips
Cellphones have become the single largest market for processor silicon and also the largest market for RISC cores
2010-11-22 Base station makes BDTIsimMark2000 score of 18,500
Used in Freescale's base station processor, the SC3850 DSP core offloads the complex 4G tasks into a dedicated accelerator
2012-07-06 ARM faces growing pains
While ARM CEO Warren East claims that opting to embed ARM cores in smartphones, tablets, base stations and servers is an obvious choice, limitations and barriers do exist that challenge the technology's growth
2013-04-22 Android framework for energy efficient multi-core systems
The Android Multimedia Framework from CEVA claims to reduce the power consumption required for complex multimedia processing using a heterogeneous CPU and DSP system architecture
2004-09-06 Altera development kits target FPGAs, CPLDs
Altera has introduced development kits for its Stratix II FPGAs and Max II CPLDs.
2007-08-16 32bit MCUs tout all-around programmability
Atmel is going into volume production of customizable metal-programmable 32bit ARM-based MCUs that the company calls Customizable Atmel Processors.
2007-06-15 'Digital self' reaches out from the digital home
Today's digital home is giving way to a new 'digital self' who is all about enriching what's in the home and bringing it into the outside world.
2013-04-10 TI-powered Moonshot in the works, says HP
Texas Instruments joined several ARM and x86 vendors that eventually will find a place aboard HP's Project Moonshot systems, which currently ships only with Intel Atom SoCs.
2002-01-29 Shakeout looms for IP startups
Many startup companies designing processor cores for next-generation networks and sophisticated SoC devices are struggling to stay alive
2005-01-17 RTOS operations put in hardware IP
Ingios has created a block of hardware IP that handles task scheduling and intertask communications.
2005-04-01 Migration path laid to low-cost 32bit MCUs
Moving from 8bit architectures to 32bits entails several hurdles to overcomeone of them is cost.
2012-10-12 LSI, Calxeda receive licenses for ARM's on chip link
ARM's latest on chip link connects up to 32 cores and can deliver throughput in the range of a terabit/second
2008-02-18 Handling multicore design patterns
Anderson MacKay of Green Hills Software DiscusseS in this article the high-level overviews of three simple models for multicore systems, which are straightforward to implement with today's tools and hardware. These multicore design patterns provide starting points for thinking and talking about the high-level picture of what your system does, and provide a common terminology so that hardware and software teams can hash out a multicore system structure.
2012-05-14 Audio codec achieves 16kHz wideband noise for mobile devices
Texas Instruments' TLV320AIC3262 audio codec, integrating five amplifiers and two miniDSP cores, can simultaneously interface an application, Bluetooth and baseband processors
2005-04-01 null
Because of its cost-effective control functions, 8bit MCUs continue to be the workhorse of the automotive industry.
2010-04-19 Virage Logics sets sight on subsystems
Virage Logic no longer sees itself as just a provider of a collection of IP cores, instead, it's betting on becoming a supplier of 'subsystems' that can be quickly embedded in SoCs for its licensees
2007-08-27 VeriSilicon offers DTS, SRS Labs audio for its DSPs
ASIC design foundry VeriSilicon is now offering DTS technologies for its ZSP G2 family of DSP cores.
2006-07-19 Simulation models simplify CEVA-based designs
CEVA and CoWare jointly launched models based on CEVA cores that allow designers to quickly perform early architectural exploration and trade-off analysis before committing a CEVA-based design to silicon
2002-08-15 National switch regulators fit FPGA, microcontroller apps
The LM2727 and LM2737 synchronous switching regulator controllers operate from a 5V to 16V input and regulates down to as low as 0.6V, enabling them to be used in FPGAs, microcontrollers, and DSP cores.
2013-03-07 Multi-core system adds vector floating-point capabilities
Ceva's suite of advanced processor and multi-core technologies claims to enhance the CEVA-XC DSP architecture framework for high performance wireless applications
2004-07-13 LSI Logic processor core runs at 425MHz
Immediately available for cell-based ASIC apps, the new member of LSI Logic's portfolio of processor cores in Gflx 0.11?m technology runs at 425MHz
2010-11-11 Intel entering wireless arena again
Intel seems to be gearing up for the wireless market with the acquisition of Infineon's baseband business, which in turn is taking over an LTE specialist, and the licensing of a 4G communications DSP
2005-08-16 Integrated tool kit speeds coding for configurable processors
The MetaWare Development Toolkit from ARC includes new releases of that company's MetaWare C/C++ compiler and debugger, as well as an Eclipse-based IDE, all aimed at ARC's line of 32-bit configurable CPU and DSP cores for SoC designs.
2007-11-28 eASIC, Tensilica team on low-cost customized ASICs
Tensilica and eASIC have entered a partnership that allows eASIC to have free access to Tensilica's Diamond Standard microprocessor and DSP cores for its free mask charge, no-minimum order ASICs.
2011-03-04 Arteris joins CEVAnet partner program
Arteris Inc. brings its multicore interconnect know-how to the third-party technology offerings for CEVA DSP cores, while CEVA has licensed Arteris' FlexNoC interconnect IP.
2003-08-27 Agere acquires physical-layer specialist
Agere Systems Inc. has acquired Massana Ltd, an Irish physical-layer Ethernet specialist which had shifted from DSP cores for Digital Subscriber Lines, to devices for physical-layer Gigabit Ethernet functions.
2002-11-18 Xilinx fast-tracks RapidIO
Xilinx has launched RapidIO cores for its latest FPGAs with embedded PowerPC processors
2003-08-04 Xilinx DSPs support wireless infrastructures
Xilinx has released DSP IP cores that target wireless infrastructures and cable modem head-end equipment.
2005-09-15 Trinity to port MIPS32, 24KE core family to VoIP solution
MIPS Technologies Inc. disclosed that Trinity Convergence signed a development agreement and is porting its VeriCall Edge voice over IP (VoIP) and voice + video over IP (V2IP) embedded software solution to the MIPS32 24KE family of cores
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