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Six-core DSP touts lowest power consumption of 3.7W

Posted: 07 Dec 2009     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:DSP  multicore processor  memory controller 

C6472 developer network includes:
• Adaptive Digital Technologies: Manufacturers leveraging Adaptive Digital's field-proven DSP algorithms and G.PAK framework can support applications such as high-density VoIP, AT&T-certified G.168 echo cancellation, conferencing, and transcoding.

• ENEA: With optimised multicore support for the TI C6472, the Enea OSEck RTOS along with the Enea LINX scalable and reliable messaging layer, plus secure IP/signalling/NGN media networking protocols delivers exceptional reliability, performance and time-to-market acceleration. Enea dSPEED data plane management framework and Enea Optima eclipse-based system debugging tools supports comprehensive remote management/monitoring of deployed systems and system level visualisation in the design lab.

• RadiSys: The RadiSys Promentum ATCA-9100-TI is an ATCA media processing blade that includes two purpose-built mezzanine cards to house up to 20 6-core TI C6472 per blade providing the highest density of media processing through the use of the latest multicore DSP silicon from TI for applications such as IPTV and mobile video/TV.

•  Sundance Multiprocessor Technologies Ltd: Sundance's EVP6472 supports two TI C6472 multicore DSPs, closely coupled to a state-of-the-art FPGA and is supported by 3L's Diamond RTOS and TI's CCS tools for rapid prototyping/debugging of applications. The EVP6472 will be introduced at Rs. 93,483.72 ($2,000) for a limited period and will ship in December 2009.

• SURF: When combined with TI's C6472, SURF enables multimedia applications by providing a leading DSP-based video and voice engine, which includes multi-screen transcoding, video streaming, high-scale conferencing, content enrichment, quality boosting and more. Manufacturers leveraging SURF's comprehensive tool-box can significantly broaden their product portfolio, enrich applications, achieve superior QoE, shorten time-to-market and focus on creative applications and services.

The TMS320C6472 is available starting at Rs. 6543.86 ($140) in quantities of 1,000 units. To help speed development, developers can take advantage of the low cost high performance evaluation module TMDXEVM6472 for Rs. 16312.91 ($349).

- Henri Arnold
EE Times Europe


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