Friday, January 29, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
We're setting up appointments now. Lots of good things will be introduced in the next 2 weeks - you'll want to see them up front and in person if you're going to the show. To set up an appointment, email email@example.com.
Posted by Tensilica at 2:44 PM
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Monday, January 25, 2010
Friday, January 22, 2010
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Tuesday, January 19, 2010
As Tensilica has been working with its customers to design building blocks for LTE PHY designs, including the DSPs and forward-error-correction subsystems, we've realized five key pitfalls associated with LTE baseband development. See this brand new white paper for more details.
Posted by Tensilica at 1:49 PM
Monday, January 18, 2010
As a member of the software development tools team, you will participate in the design and implementation of the Tensilica software toolchain, in particular the C/C++ compiler targeted for Xtensa processors. Your responsibilities will include maintaining and improving existing compiler algorithms, as well as working closely with software, hardware and application teams on specifying and developing new features.
Posted by Tensilica at 10:40 AM
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Just got my Google Nexus One. Actually, I wish it were really mine - it belongs to Tensilica and we'll be taking it to Mobile World Congress next month to show it off. We're proud to say that a Tensilica processor is inside this phone!
Posted by Tensilica at 11:04 AM
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
HD video encoding and decoding algorithms get the bulk of attention by designers developing such products, but HD video codecs for advanced video applications such as broadcast television and Blu-ray disc players have quickly become standardized; there’s little room for product differentiation in a standardized video codec. However, you can substantially differentiate an HD product’s design by improving the video image stream—both before video compression and after.
Posted by Tensilica at 10:26 AM
Monday, January 11, 2010
Friday, January 08, 2010
World's first mobile graphics with Microsoft DirectX 11 gaming support for notebook computers was announced at CES - and Tensilica is inside every one of them! Tensilica's processors configured to accelerate video stream decoding are an ingredient in every UVD-powered AMD ATI graphics chip, including those with ATI Avivo HD video and display technology, which provdes PC users with crisp images, smooth videos and true-to-life colors.
Posted by Tensilica at 10:13 AM
Wednesday, January 06, 2010
A host of products based on Tensilica's dataplane processors (DPUs) will be demonstrated at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, January 7-10 in Las Vegas. These Tensilica-enabled products include some of the most advanced, innovative consumer devices, including Blu-ray Disc players, Bluetooth-enabled devices, LCD TVs, cellular phones, WiFi- and W-USB-enabled notebook computers, wireless HDMI, handheld games, and inkjet and laser printers. Tensilica will showcase its leading-edge audio, video and baseband communication IP cores, including the popular HiFi 2 Audio Engine running on the Android platform in collaboration with MIPS Technologies, in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, suite South 4 35567MP.
Posted by Tensilica at 10:02 AM
Monday, January 04, 2010
Read the whitepaper. Designers need a quick, fool-proof way to customize those processors for the exact task at hand. A dataplane processor (or "DPU") naturally connects to existing RTL blocks and provides additional computational horsepower tailored to the exact data type needed - all this with less effort than hand-coding RTL finite state machines or microcoded engines.
Posted by Tensilica at 10:54 AM