- Wave Computing Targets Deep Learning
- Achronix Aspires to Make Embedded FPGA IP Mainstream
- Jeff Bier’s Impulse Response—What Hand-Eye Coordination Tells Us About Computer Vision
- Case Study: Careful Analysis Leads to Successful Products
- Vayyar Aspires to Deliver Compact, Cost-Effective, Versatile Depth Scanning
March 13, 2013 | Write the first comment.
Back in September 2011 , an InsideDSP article described a just-published analysis conducted by BDTI and sponsored by Altera, evaluating the viability of implementing complex hardware-accelerated single-precision floating-point functions on FPGA fabric. As I wrote then: To date, FPGAs have
February 12, 2013 | Write the first comment.
The article, " QDSP6 V4: Qualcomm Gives Customers and Developers Programming Access to its DSP Core ," which appeared in the June 2012 edition of InsideDSP , showcased Qualcomm’s decision to open up access to its DSP core via a software development kit. This decision corresponded
December 16, 2012 | Write the first comment.
The October issue of IEEE Spectrum Magazine includes an interesting article titled " Could Supercomputing Turn to Signal Processors (Again)? " which discusses the viability of developing supercomputers using digital signal processors. It covers, among other things, a recent analysis
Microchip Technology's GestIC: An E-Field Based Competitor (or Companion) to Camera-Based Gesture Technology
Touch-free gesture interfaces are increasingly entering the public consciousness, spurred on by trendsetting popular implementations such as Microsoft's Kinect. And, as Tom Cruise's portrayal of Chief John Anderton in the future-forecasting film Minority Report suggests, they're
November 19, 2012 | Write the first comment.
The prodigious transistor budgets delivered by modern semiconductor processes enable designers to create powerful processor cores and chips. However, this silicon potential will be for naught if it can't easily be harnessed by algorithm developers. Consider the non-trivial die area and
In last month's edition of InsideDSP , Jeff Bier's editorial discussed the advantages of (and potential issues with) designing an embedded system around an application processor originally developed for smartphones, tablets, and other high volume devices. To wit, at the beginning of his
In reading the InsideDSP newsletter every month, one observation that I hope you've made is that a diversity of processing options exist for implementing digital signal processing algorithms. The alternatives include GPUs, FPGAs, conventional CPUs, and standalone DSPs, along with DSP cores
Analog Devices becomes the latest semiconductor manufacturer to standardize on the increasingly pervasive Eclipse open-source IDE (integrated development environment) and extensible plug-in system with the CrossCore Embedded Studio software suite for C++ and assembly language-based software
Adapteva's Epiphany Floating Point Processor Core: A Leading-Edge Lithography May Finally Open Doors
September 04, 2012 | Write the first comment.
Cost- and power consumption-sensitive digital signal processing applications tend to leverage fixed point processors, for a common fundamental reason: fixed-point processor cores are substantially less complex than their floating-point counterparts, leading to reductions in transistor count and
Spansion is a name that's probably familiar to many of you, as a supplier of nonvolatile memories. You might be wondering, therefore, what the company's doing gracing the pages of InsideDSP . Well, hold that thought! Spansion was originally founded in 1993 as a joint venture of AMD and