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MIPS or Million Instructions Per Second is the execution speed of a computer.
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2006-02-13 Multithreading CPU suits embedded applications
MIPS Technologies introduced its MIPS32 34K family of cores, a multithreading solution for embedded applications.
2005-03-21 MPU boasts enhanced performance
TAEC's new 64bit single-chip MIPS-based RISC microprocessor is targeted at diverse digital consumer apps, including IP STB, home gateways and multimedia appliances.
2005-04-01 Modeling for HW-dependent SW systems
The article looks at strategies to successfully design products powered by large and complex SoC designs.
2015-03-19 Microsemi-Vitesse merger: A bad fit?
The merger's focus is communications semiconductors, with plans to direct the combined company at carrier, enterprise and industrial Internet of Things markets.
2004-12-09 Micronas to use MIPS32 24K cores in STBs, DTVs
Micronas has revealed plans to use MIPS Technologies Inc.'s MIPS32 24K family of processor cores.
2007-11-07 Microchip leaps into 32bit MCU arena with PIC32
Eyeing the 32bit mountain, Microchip sees in its future. To that end, the company has developed its first 32bit MCU, dubbed the PIC32.
2007-10-16 Merger transforms SoC design cycle
MIPS Technologies' $147 million acquisition last August of Chipidea Microelectronica, a privately held supplier of analog and mixed-signal intellectual property, advances both companies' ambitions of transforming SoC design.
2009-11-05 MCUs deliver 32bit performance at 16bit code
MIPS has upgraded two of its cores and introduced a new instruction set architecture, expanding its presence in 32bit microcontrollers.
2004-02-13 McObject, mycable develop kit for Linux-based apps
McObject and mycable GmbH have released a SPEED Kit for data-intensive, Linux-based applications running on intelligent devices.
2003-12-26 LVL7 software platform has VxWorks, Linux OS
LVL7 Systems has announced that its Fastpath software is now integrated with VxWorks and Linux OSs as well as PowerPC, MIPS and ARM CPUs.
2003-07-16 Intel PXA800F for today's cellphones
The PXA800F cellular processor is Intel's solution for today's GSM/GPRS mobile phones. This processor features Intel XScale microarchitecture and Micro Signal Architecture (MSA).
2001-09-27 Increasing functionality in set-top boxes
Turning your home into a full entertainment center is a challenge for equipment manufacturers developing products that are future proofed and adaptable to all sorts of electronics upgrade.
2000-05-03 Improving data bandwidth using 32-bit processors in embedded applications
This paper describes how to integrate high-performance microprocessors and system controller functions for application-specific products, especially on cost-sensitive and space-limited products.
2016-03-31 Imagination focuses on secure, differentiated IP platforms
EE Times China's editors met Imagination Technologies' at their summit in Shanghai to learn about the key technologies the company uses in its products.
2003-07-08 FDK power inductors are 1mm thick
FDK Corp. has released four models of its MIPS series of multi-layer power inductors that are suitable for use in compact electronic systems.
2004-09-16 Embedded VoIP implementations using SIP
Broadband adoption has laid the pavement for mass-market VoIP implementation. Find out the advances that have made 2004 the year of VoIP.
2005-01-17 Embedded test speeds system verification
Reusing embedded test speeds up system verification and provides an additional return on the silicon investment.
2001-04-01 EDGE handsets: Redesigning baseband for voice and data
As designers begin to rollout EDGE-based systems, they must re-architect the baseband portion of their handset designs so that they can support voice and data functionality.
2001-04-01 EDGE handsets: Redesigning baseband for voice and data
As designers begin to rollout EDGE-based systems, they must re-architect the baseband portion of their handset designs so that they can support voice and data functionality.
2001-04-01 Diversity dictates in pervasive computing
The emerging market for Net-centric pervasive computing devices is extremely diverse, including PDAs, set-top boxes and screen phones. As the market matures, this list of devices will continue to expand into areas that we cannot even imagine today. This article describes the salient requirements that must be addressed in order to build successful device software systems for network-connected gizmos.
2005-05-16 Digitization of analog, RF circuits
The migration of analog functions to the digital domain reduces cost per channel as the move to 3G progresses.
2005-04-18 Designing an optimal wireless SoC
The ultimate challenge in designing high-speed chips in wireless devices lies in the integration of the RF transceiver into an SoC.
2006-03-15 D2 enhances vPortT VoIP software
D2 Technologies announced that its vPortT VoIP software has been enhanced with multi-threading features.
2007-01-01 Coldfire core now open for OEM licensing
Freescale will sell its ColdFire technology under its own brand and will license it to OEMs in the hope of expanding access to its MCU alternative.
2005-03-01 Code compression under the microscope
ARM, MIPS, IBM and ARC all offer techniques to reduce memory footprint. Learn how code compression works in each architecture.
2007-01-01 China design firms favor soft IP
Gaining proficiency at handling the more design-intensive soft IP, China companies that buy IP blocks are now favoring soft over hard cores.
2005-01-19 Cavium processors add Nitrox security engine
Cavium Networks has added its own Nitrox security engine to two versions of the Nitrox Soho security-processor family.
2002-04-01 Artis Microsystems rolls out SBC line
Artis Microsystems Inc., a new SBC maker that will stress CompactPCI form factors, has launched a line that involves CompactPCI, StrongARM, MIPS and PowerPC boards.
2006-03-16 Are DSPs disappearing?
Despite the challenges, DSPs are not about to go away and will continue to have important advantages for many applications.
2002-08-14 AMD opens offices for PCS Group
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has opened new offices in Austin for its Personal Connectivity Solutions Group.
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