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eTech Embedded Processing eNewsletter - September 2012

eTech Embedded Processing e-Newsletter
September 2012
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The future of multicore: infinite scalability?
The changing definition of a cell
Until recently, good network planning entailed deploying base stations in such a way that the coverage they provided was ubiquitous yet not redundant. In 2012, a world of carrier aggregation and coordinated multipoints is dramatically changing the pure notion of a cell. Read more in this “Multicore Mix” blog post today.
Optimized KeyStone™ DSPs for enterprise gateways
Ideal for enterprise gateway applications such as session border controllers and IP PBX gateways, TI is offering developers a new scalable and highly dense solution, including development software, delivering unprecedented system-level power and cost efficiency. Learn more about C665x KeyStone™ SoC-based multicore DSPs now.
$30 discount on multicore evaluation modules in September
To celebrate our 30th anniversary in DSP, TI is offering $30 off TMS320C6678 multicore evaluation modules (EVMs) for high-performance applications such as analytics, networking, computing and more. The promotion is valid through the end of September, so get your discounted EVMs today.
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Explore BeagleBone LCD and camera cape plug-in boards
Benefitting developers looking to easily and affordably make Linux-based electronics, BeagleBoard.org has released cape plug-in boards to expand the capability of the BeagleBone computer platform. See the 7-inch LCD and camera cape plug-in boards in action; watch this video now.
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TI first to support OpenMP API on multicore DSPs
The OpenMP API is a portable, scalable model that gives developers using TI’s KeyStone™ SoC-based C66x multicore DSPs a simple and flexible interface for developing parallel applications. With this optimized software offering, developers can more easily migrate their applications to take advantage of power and performance on TI multicore processors.
$30 discount through Sept. 30 on C6748 tool
For 30 years, TI has created opportunities for our customers to develop real-time signal processing in audio, imaging and video applications. In honor of this milestone, we are offering a $30 discount on one of our latest development kits. Develop your analytics, audio and communications applications today; order this discounted kit before Sept. 30.
DSP math libraries for floating-point devices
TI’s math library is an optimized floating-point math function library for C programmers using floating-point devices. These routines are typically used in computationally intensive real-time applications where execution speed is critical. Learn more about how you can achieve execution speeds significantly faster without rewriting existing code; download these free libraries today.
New cape plug-in boards simplify BeagleBone development
Beagleboard.org recently announced the release of more than 20 new plug-in boards for the BeagleBone Linux computer platform. Adding capes to BeagleBone allows hobbyists and developers to quickly and easily expand BeagleBone’s capabilities with LCD screens and motor-control battery power, along with the ability to create their own circuits.
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“Tool for biometric analytics appears to wear many hats”
EEWeb recently reviewed TI’s C6748 development kit, which comes ready with demos. Read more as Bob Casiano shares his experience with the fingerprint and face-detection demos.
“30 years of DSP: From a child’s toy to 4G and beyond”
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of TI’s DSP, EDN sat down with Gene Frantz, principal fellow at TI, and Fernando Mujica, director of TI’s systems and architectures lab, for a conversation about the history of DSP and where it’s going. Read more about how embedded analytics are poised to revolutionize electronics in this EDN article.
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Using JavaScript for embedded devices
During OSCON 2012, Jason Kridner, community development manager for Sitara™ ARM processors, highlighted some of the development tools available to use JavaScript for embedded design. Read Jason’s blog post today to learn more about the topics he addressed, and view his OSCON 2012 presentation to help you with your embedded Java designs.
Webinar archive: embedded Linux design with TI, Arrow
Missed the Aug. 8 webinar exploring embedded Linux design on the Sitara™ AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 processor? You can view the archived version now on demand. Arrow Senior FAE Paul Joseph and TI Product Manager Russell Crane discussed an embedded LCD application, as well as some common pitfalls in the early design process and how to avoid them.
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New ARM-focused Web portal simplifies product selection
Looking for an ARM-based processor from TI? We have a brand-new website just for you. The site is brimming with content on various ARM cores and the differentiated TI devices that use them. Look for device parameters, tools and software, technical documents, application information, support content, and more.
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