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Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Tensilica Adds Ogg Vorbis Decoder to Popular Xtensa HiFi 2 Audio Engine

Tensilicahas added an Ogg Vorbis decoder for its popular Xtensa HiFi 2 Audio Engine and Diamond 330HiFi processor core. The Xtensa HiFi 2 Audio Engine is the most popular audio processor core on the market, designed into devices ranging from cellular phone handsets to prosumer audio. This year, Tensilica’s customers will ship tens of millions of products using the Xtensa HiFi Audio Engine. With this software decoder, the capability to play music encoded in the Ogg Vorbis format can be added to any chip that includes the Xtensa HiFi 2 Audio Engine. The Ogg Vorbis format is increasingly popular in video games and digital audio players because it is open source and royalty free.

For more information on the HiFi 2 audio engine, see
For more information on the Diamond Standard 330HiFi Audio processor, see

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