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2010-09-06 Mainframe runs 50B instructions/sec
IBM rolls a new mainframe computer capable of 50 billion instructions per second, powered by 96 microprocessors with clock speeds up to 5.2GHz
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.
2013-08-02 DCD's Soft IP core supports 8MB linear code space
The DP80390 boasts a pipelined RISC architecture executing up to 200 million instructions per second while supporting up to 8MB of linear code space and 16MB of linear data space.
2001-03-01 Peripheral model makes dual run
With complex embedded-system designs exceeding 1 million gates, verification has become the critical bottleneck in the design process
2009-11-23 Intel, French R&D orgs set up computing center
Intel will support the Exascale Computing Research Center with a multi-million Euro investment over a three-year period
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
2003-10-20 Current leakage tool could boost Transmeta's Efficeon
Transmeta Corp. has launched its second-generation x86-compatible notebook processor
2015-02-16 Why is Android an easy target for malware infections?
Android phones and tablets are responsible for about 50 per cent of the malware infections observed. Android offers the easiest target for this because of its open app environment
2005-05-25 TI digital media processor powers Axis video products
The TMS320DM642 digital media processor from Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has been selected by Axis Communications (Axis) to power its next-generation of intelligent video products.
2004-09-15 TI audio DSP powers Harman's latest a/v receivers
The Aureus audio DSPs and analog components from Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) are being utilized in Harman Kardon's two latest audio/video receivers, the AVR 635 and AVR 435.
2008-03-18 iPhone redefines embedded software security
Apple's iPhone and Microsoft CE-based devices are upping the ante for security software in embedded systems, according to experts.
2003-09-26 Hybrid processor runs by-wire autos' commands
Motorola Inc. unveiled a hybrid processor architecture that combines the features of conventional MCUs and DSPs into single-chip devices that could serve as the brains for the auto industry's next-gen by-wire products.
2011-12-02 Dual-core processor delivers 14BIPS at 2GHz
Samsung's Exynos 5250 uses 32nm HKMG low-power process technology that features a doubled memory bandwidth of 12.8GB/s.
2008-04-21 Camera processor IP core snaps high-res images for mobiles
Silicon Image has announced the availability of its 12Mpixel camera processor IP core for integration into SoCs.
2009-10-15 18Mpixel camera phone, anyone?
It won't be long before your camera phone will turn into a real camera with a real phone. But what will it take to make that happen? And will it affect alleven the most basic phones?
2010-04-29 PCIe acceleration card packs I/O virtualization support
Netronome has launched the Network Flow Engine (NFE-3240) family of PCIe 2.0 acceleration cards with enhanced I/O virtualization (IOV) support.
2014-12-12 M&As that pushed the Internet of Things
Beyond the usual reasons for consolidation, many companies scrambled to make deals specifically to get IoT technologies and products that were missing from their portfolios.
2004-06-14 IBM announces ASIC timing flow, Cisco chips
IBM introduced a "variation-aware&quot IC timing flow targeted at ASICs in 130nm, 90nm and 65nm design nodes.
2004-04-20 Ceva launches CEVA-X
Ceva has launched its DSP architecture CEVA-X, which is a pioneering approach in DSP architecture that aims to deploy multiple, market-optimized DSP cores to deliver more DSP-addressable apps.
2006-07-04 TI unveils new audio DSP for cars, home systems
Texas Instruments has announced the TAS3108 audio DSP that promises higher fidelity to car audio while providing cost-effective audio processing for home systems.
2006-10-20 Sub-$50 BASIC board runs with 60MHz ARM processor
Priced at less than $50, Coridium's new ARMmite single board controller clocks a 60MHz ARM LPC2103 processor.
2014-09-18 Smartwatch doubles as IoT device with Bluetooth
A low-power wireless technology, Bluetooth, and an equally low-power ARM-based MCU are seen to make an ideal combination for enabling a smartwatch to also function as an Internet-of-Things device.
2011-10-24 Overcome challenges of ASIC/SoC prototyping with FPGAs
Learn about FPGA-based prototyping and the various factors that must be taken into account to successfully implement a prototyping strategy.
2006-08-29 NEC image processor lets cars detect pedestrians
NEC said its new automotive image processor allows users to program it to detect whatever they want to enhance pre-crash safety systems.
2014-03-20 Imagination's ray tracing to improve mobile display experience
The hybrid rendering technique, which can provide high-quality dynamic lighting and shadow effects, can improve other elements of the game engine and mobile 3D environment.
2003-03-03 Comparing TI C6000 DSP, Motorola AltiVec PowerPC processors
Traditional DSP chips with specialized on-board hardware-like multipliers and sophisticated address generators to facilitate DSP algorithms are now being challenged by a new generation of RISC microprocessors.
2007-05-17 AMD Phenom, Barcelona quad-cores feature '10h' architecture
In lifting the lid on the new "10h" architecture, which will power its upcoming Phenom and Barcelona quad-core chips, AMD is throwing down the gauntlet to Intel in the battle for processor supremacy.
2004-04-29 Ericsson's DSP shift rekindles basestation debate
Ericsson has shifted to a DSP-only, software-defined approach to basestation design in response to the cost, processing and flexibility requirements of 3G wireless infrastructure.
2014-10-09 Cortus wrestles ARM in deeply embedded arena
Cortus developed a family of products based on its v2 instruction set offering increased code density that will meet the power and size requirements of new connected devices.
2015-08-26 Agile techniques for hardware design (Part 2)
In Part 2 of this Agile Hardware article, we will reveal the actual costs, and discuss the implications for Agile hardware development.
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