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2000-06-06 IEEE 754 Compliant Floating-Point Routines
This application note presents an implementation of the following floating-point math routines for the PIC16/17 microcontroller family: float-to-integer conversion, integer-to-float conversion, normalize, add/subtract, multiply and divide.
2014-04-24 Hardened floating point DSP gives FPGAs a boost
Altera is building hardened single-precision floating point DSP blocks into its FPGAs and SoCs, performing up to 1.5TFLOPS in Arria 10 devices and 10TFLOPS in Stratix 10. Adding a layer of hardened multipliers and adders helped eliminate nearly all the logic usage in existing floating point computations.
2006-10-02 Bringing floating-point math to the masses
Floating-point arithmetic is designed to meet precision and performance requirements for an increasing number of applications.
2003-04-09 Cadence decries incompatible Verilog versions
The EDA industry is risking "disaster" with two separate and incompatible versions of Verilog unless the Accellera standards organization quickly hands over SystemVerilog 3.1 to the IEEE, according to Cadence Design Systems Inc
2008-02-28 Xilinx EDK delivers no-fee peripheral IP cores
Xilinx has expanded its catalog of no-fee IP cores for designing embedded processing systems with Xilinx platform FPGAs.
2009-11-19 Tesla GPUs enable low-cost parallel computing
Nvidia's new Telsa GPUs deliver the same performance as CPU-based clusters at a tenth of the cost, and one-twentieth the power.
2013-11-08 Synopsys reveals DesignWare ARC HS processors
Geared for next-generation embedded data and signal processing systems, the 32bit ARC HS34 and HS36 processors deliver 1.9DMIPS/MHz at speeds up to 2.2GHz in typical 28nm silicon.
2014-12-18 Software speeds up design with Arria 10 FPGAs, SoCs
Altera's Quartus II software v14.1 enables users to quickly design and deploy solutions geared for computationally intensive applications such as high-performance computing, radar and medical imaging.
2013-06-05 SkyTraq unveils 6-in-1 Venus 8 quad-GNSS platform
The device supports GPS, GLONASS, Beidou2, Galileo, QZSS and SBAS, and claims to double the search engine capability and reduces more than half the power consumption from the previous generation.
2015-03-03 Real-time FPGA numerical computing for ULL-HFT
In this article, we will look at merits of Decimal Floating Point Arithmetic acceleration. We will also explore a numerical computing model for Ultra-Low Latency High Frequency Trading (ULL-HFT) environments.
2008-02-25 PowerPC embedded processor aims at cost-sensitive apps
AMCC's PowerPC 440EPr is aimed at cost-sensitive applications, such as secure gateway solutions, network appliances, multifunction printing platforms, networking line cards and other embedded systems.
2006-04-27 PMC expansion card accelerates signal processing algorithms
4DSP Inc. has released the FM480, a PCI mezzanine card (PMC) based on Virtex-4 FPGA technology.
2014-01-20 Performing math operations in FPGAs (Part 3)
This instalment focuses on floating-point representations of numbers and how to do some math with them.
2014-11-10 Peak floating-point performance calculations
Read about a methodology that provides designers a reliable technique for the baseline comparison of the peak floating-point computing capabilities of devices with very different architectures.
2005-07-06 New version of Xilinx's MicroBlaze soft processor now available
Xilinx has unveiled the 4.00 version of its MicroBlaze soft processor, which now operates at frequencies up to 200MHz in Virtex-4 FPGAs, delivering a 25 percent increase in core performance compared to previous versions.
2010-06-24 Multicore processors achieve up to 2.5GHz
Freescale Semiconductor is rolling out the QorIQ 64bit platform based on Power Architecture technology featuring the e5500 core, designed to reach frequencies up to 2.5GHz.
2007-03-21 MIPS-based platform enables advanced PON apps
MIPS Technologies announced that K-micro is extending its reach into the PON market with the MIPS-based Topaz advanced computing subsystem for SoCs.
2010-03-05 MCU with floating point unit delivers higher precision
Atmel Corp. is offering its 32bit AVR UC3 product family designed with a floating point unit MCU to perform arithmetic calculations on decimal numbers in fewer clock cycles with higher precision.
2012-09-12 Kalray, TSMC ship many-core chip
Kalray's 28nm MPPA-256 chip, manufactured by TSMC, is now available for sampling while product qualification is expected to be completed by November 2012.
2005-05-23 Floating-point library supports TI fixed-point TMS320 DSPs
Sundance Digital Processing Inc.'s GDD600 is touted as a new and powerful library of floating-point DSP vectors and functions for DSP applications targeting Texas Instruments' TMS320 DSP-based platforms.
2007-08-17 Floating point coprocessor handles GPS data
Micromega's floating point coprocessor chip integrates new serial I/O capabilities with NMEA sentence parsing that makes it easy to add GPS data to embedded system designs.
2009-11-06 Dataplane processor core hits 1GHz
Tensilica Inc. has unveiled the Xtensa LX3 high-performance dataplane processor (DPU) core optimized for DSP and control in the SoC dataplane.
2013-12-16 Cadence's embedded processors go mano-a-mano
The Tensilica and Synopsys ARC can have as many as 30 controller cores outside the main CPU, handling data movement and signal processing with higher clock rates and higher memory bandwidth.
2014-09-03 Andes enters competition in CPU market
Focused more on the embedded market, Andes and its CPU licencees have been finding enough niches to get around ARM's stronghold. It has signed 100 IP licencing agreements with 81 customers.
2003-06-05 Altera FPGAs execute FFT operations
New cores from Altera Corp. configure programmable logic to perform floating-point DSP operations, allowing FFT operations to be executed.
2009-10-06 512-core graphics chip supports real-time ray tracing
Nvidia Corp. previewed its next-generation graphics processor, a three-billion transistor chip codenamed Fermi, packing 512 cores and claiming advances in floating point and memory architecture.
2014-12-15 Realigning test strategies for Internet of Things
The IoT brings with it the possibility of building much larger-scale systems, but it also raises a number of issues for effective validation and verification. Read more about these in this article.
2014-08-28 2.4GHz RF power amp extends range of high data rate WLANs
Microchip's SST12CP21 claims to deliver high linear output power of up to 23dBm at 1.75 per cent dynamic EVM, with MCS9 HT40 MHz bandwidth modulation at 5V and 320 mA current consumption.
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