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September 8, 2010

Ceva unveils new 1 GHz DSP core

Enhances overall chip performance of wireline and wireless communications

By CBR Staff Writer

Ceva has unveiled CEVA-X1643, a 1 GHz DSP core designed to enhance overall chip performance for a range of applications including wireline and wireless communications, surveillance, and portable multimedia.

Ceva said that its new offering leverages architectural efficiency and mature software development environment of the company’s existing X family of DSP cores.

The X1643 offers support for advanced data cache and tightly coupled memory architecture, memory management and migration from TI C6x C-code.

The DSP core features integrated power scaling unit (PSU), and configurable 64/128 bit AXI system busses.

Ceva VP of marketing Eran Briman said that the X1643 offers a new level of performance to enable vendors using standard DSP-based chips and ASSPs to move to flexible and cost-effective core-based SoC designs.

"The DSP’s advanced data cache architecture and software development environment dramatically simplifies the migration of legacy code to the CEVA-X architecture, enabling true, all-in-C programming of the CEVA-X1643," Briman said.

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