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2006-09-18 Upgraded RapidFET complements TI DSPs in network management
Fabric Embedded Tools Corp. announced RapidFET version 2.1which leverages host capable Serial RapidIO endpoints such as Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) DSPs like TMS320C6455 and TMS320TCI6482.
2005-05-25 DSP includes Serial RapidIO bus
Texas Instruments disclosed that its new DSP offers improved performance, reduced code size plus more on-chip memory and high bandwidth integrated peripherals, including the Serial RapidIO bus for inter-processor communications.
2006-03-10 DSP enables robust sRIO ecosystems
Texas Instruments announced the availability of a TMS320C6455 DSP evaluation module and a DSP starter kit, both with a Serial RapidIO bus interface.
2007-11-16 DSP runs at 1.2GHz
Texas Instruments Inc. is boosting the speed of its TMS320C6455 DSP from 1GHz to 1.2GHz, giving it the fastest single-core DSP on the market.
2008-05-01 Use MSGQ module to optimize sRIO gains
Serial RapidIO overcome limitations of traditional DSP I/Os by providing a high performance, packet-switched, interconnect technology which is very beneficial for complex DSP topologies.
2005-09-08 TI DSP powers next-gen video infrastructure products
As the delivery of HD video broadcast becomes more and more prevalent worldwide, products featuring Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) digital signal processing technologies are deploying to the market today.
2008-02-20 Small board promises high-performance DSP
Critical Link has released the MityDSP-Pro, a high-end edition of its customizable MityDSP platform.
2008-10-17 Single-chip DSP integrates three 1GHz cores
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed a new high performance multicore DSP that offers significant cost, power and board space savings.
2008-03-10 DSPs vs. FPGAs for multiprocessing
This article will look at what's available for multiprocessor systems (which inevitably tends to mean the high-performance end of the market), and how you can make the best choice between DSP, FPGA or a hybrid mixture of the two.
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