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2003-05-08 Media processor handles 55 billion operations per second
The BroadGear series of media processors from Hitachi Ltd adds a video processing engine to the VLIW and SIMD architecture of the CPU core.
2005-06-01 The graphics chip as supercomputer
The time has come for GPUs to transform into a full-fledged computing device.
2005-06-01 Supernova collapse simulated on a GPU
A simulated study allows researchers to leverage the power of GPUs for improving visual-application performance.
2005-06-01 Simulating fluid flow in a graphics chip
Navier-Stokes equations will show how GPUs are well-matched with the demands of fluid simulation.
2005-06-01 Programming GPUs for general computing
GPU-based computing is conceptually straightforward, and a variety of high-level languages and software tools can simplify programming.
2003-03-03 Processor programmability in popular languages
A powerful CPU with easy programmable capability is important to coordinate on-chip activities such as manage multimedia content, including advanced A/V and communications datastream
2004-01-09 Multithread processor aims at scientific apps
Media processors have struggled to gain wide acceptance, but their allure still proves too hard for some chip makers to resist.
2004-02-16 Media processor aims at scientific apps
Clearspeed Technology has taped out its first CS301 processor, which can be described as a collection of floating-point engines that deliver 25Gflops performance.
2005-06-01 GPUs tapped for general computing
Modern GPUs allow substantial user programmability that lets it be retasked for more general-purpose computations.
2006-04-17 Configurable platform caters to video
A 260,000-gate platform based on an ARC 700 family core aims to capitalize on the growing popularity of smart phones, PDAs and personal media players.
2013-06-05 ARM processors geared for mid-range mobile devices
ARM took the stage at Computex 2013 in Taiwan to unveil its CPU, GPU and video cores, which it claims fuses area- and cost-efficiency for the mid-range smartphone and tablet computer market
2002-02-27 64-bit processor cores knock at embedded's door
A handful of prominent vendors are about to heave 64-bit microprocessor cores into the embedded-systems market.
2008-02-19 Firms step up parallel-programming efforts for multicore
Mainstream computing companies are intensifying efforts to develop a parallel-programming model to feed the multicore processors already on chipmakers' drawing boards.
2002-03-05 'Prescott,' 'Banias' processors to debut in 2003
The company has announced a 2003 release for its next-generation desktop processor code-named "Prescott." This was announced, along with several other upcoming products, in the recently concluded Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
2012-12-10 MIPS skips Release 4 amid bidding war
In what is likely MIPS Technologies' last independent tech update, Release 5 contains virtualisation and SIMD extensions to its base architecture
2008-05-23 ARM, Toshiba seal multiprocessing license deal
ARM has announced a major technology licensing agreement with Toshiba encompassing the ARM Cortex -A9 processor, Cortex-R4F processor, NEON SIMD technology, PrimeCell peripherals and CoreSight on-chip trace and debugging technology
2011-06-16 AMD merges x86, graphics cores in new A series
AMD's A series is a family of three 32nm chips that use two to four of the Stars x86 cores and pack an updated graphics core with three to five SIMD units supporting Microsoft DirectX 11 APIs
2011-05-02 Uncovering the mysterious A5
Here's a closer look at Apple's A5, the second-generation processor that powers the iPad 2.
2005-06-03 The basics of network processors
Here's a snapshot of the state of the NPU art, outlining what makes a network processor and what features are likely to become most popular
2004-05-24 StarCore launches DSP architecture and cores
StarCore has announced V4 of its DSP architecture and a series of DSPs called SC2000 based on the V4 architecture.
2002-04-01 Software compatibility: Key for information appliances
This news article describes how software compatibility and software reuse play an integral role for information appliances to achieve attractive content with quick time-to-market.
2015-08-28 Snapdragon 820 DSP power pries open new markets
Qualcomm has positioned its upcoming Snapdragon 820 as its most powerful processor yet with hopes that it will open up new premium tier applications. Will Strauss looks at the recently disclosed architectural details.
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.
2009-01-21 Programmable broadband heightens PC TV hype
After searching many years for the yet-to-blossom mobile TV handset market, vendors are increasingly shifting their focus to the PC-TV market.
2005-06-07 Processor solutions address needs of consumer printer market
Zoran announced the availability of its newest processor solutions, the Quatro 4050 and Quatro 4200 series, for the consumer printer market
2005-11-08 Panel studies power in SoCs
A panel discussion at the 3rd International System-on-Chip Conference here this week attempted to skip past the academic science projects and the rosy vendor marketing and explore what was really feasible today in the challenging area of power management
2003-07-04 Oak Socs to enhance multimedia imaging apps
Oak Technology has announced the availability of its OTI-4100 SoC solution that is designed to enhance the performance of entry-level print appliances.
2007-05-16 Multicore spurs RTOS, tool revisions
RTOS and tool providers are aggressively supporting multicore programming and debugging while improving model-driven design, virtual prototyping and C-language compilation.
2008-12-08 Make way for software-based mobile TV
Armed with a reconfigurable multi-standard tuner IC, Mirics Semiconductor, a U.K.-based startup, claims that it still remains the only company offering a software-based TV and radio demodulator.
2007-05-16 Lack of tools, expertise stalls multicore progress
The tools needed to program and debug multicore ICs are in the "dark ages," according to Anant Agarwal. Solutions are emerging, but the dearth of parallel-programming tools and lack of expertise among embedded designers threaten to slow the progress of multicore architectures.
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