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What is MIPS?
MIPS or Million Instructions Per Second is the execution speed of a computer.
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2012-08-23 Overcoming embedded memory bottleneck (Part 2)
Here's a closer look at the specifics of how algorithmic memories work and how the techniques can be integrated into a system.
2012-08-17 Overcoming embedded memory bottleneck (Part 1)
Learn about the concept of algorithmic memory and the benefits of memory operations per second (MOPS) as a metric.
2004-03-16 Multimedia, video and imaging need FPGAs
JPEG2000 and AVC offer unprecedented levels of performance but at a computational cost that favors FPGA technology over traditional processor-based solutions.
2003-02-17 RISC/DSP microprocessor shipped in TFBGAs, macro cells
Hyperstone AG has released its RISC/DSP microprocessors in TFBGA packaging and as a TSMC or UMC macro cell for SoCs.
2007-05-01 Power line conditioning for plasma and HD displays
A parallel power delivery system ensures plasmas and other HD displays perform with laboratory precision.
2008-01-17 Kontron expands its single board computer portfolio
Kontron has expanded its portfolio of long-lifecycle single-board computers with the launch of three fanless CPU boards equipped with the energy-saving, cost-efficient 600MHz Intel Pentium M processor, 512Kbyte L2 cache and 852GM chipset.
2005-09-08 Indian design group seeks funds for ramp
Mistral Software, an eight-year old firm based here and into embedded software and hardware development for the consumer electronics, telecoms, defense and automotive applications plans to make decisions on a merger, acquisition or infusion of venture funds by the year-end.
2012-05-15 IEC60601: Grasping the changes from 2nd to 3rd edition
Understand the challenges posed by the impending changes relating to the 2nd to 3rd editions of the medical standardIEC60601.
2008-03-25 Demistifying software-defined radio platforms
In general, an SDR is a reconfigurable and programmable hardware platform that can potentially tune to any frequency band and receive any modulation. The SDR solution that IMEC envisions has a reconfigurable front-end combined with a (re)programmable baseband platform. It targets 802.11n, 802.16e and 3GPP-LTE.
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