Thursday, December 22, 2011
Software Porting to Tensilica-based Multicore SOC Designs now aided by PolyCore Software’s Poly-Platform
PolyCore Software, Inc. (PSI) and Tensilica, Inc. today announced a partnership to make it easier and faster for developers to port their software to, or design software for, integrated circuits with multiple Tensilica dataplane processors (DPUs). PSI's Poly-Platform toolset now comprehends Tensilica's entire DPU family, which ranges from small footprint controllers to the industry's highest-performance DSP (digital signal processor) IP core, with many variations in between.
Posted by Tensilica at 9:38 AM
Thursday, December 15, 2011
We had a palette wrapping party this morning, getting ready for tomorrow's shipment to the Consumer Electronics Show. We also have a huge black crate full of stuff. If you are going, be sure to set up an appointment to see our latest audio demonstrations. We're in the LV Convention Center, South Hall, booth MP25166. Email us to set up an appointment.
Posted by Tensilica at 1:09 PM
Monday, December 12, 2011
We just posted four new jobs, for a total of 18 openings around the world. Check out our careers page at http://www.tensilica.com/company/careers.htm . Jobs range from corporate controller to field application engineers to DSP engineers. We're particularly ramping up with specialists in marketing and engineering for audio.
Posted by Tensilica at 9:21 AM
Thursday, December 08, 2011
F-12C's advanced audio technology enables a wide range of features that make the handset easier to hear, including "Super HAKKIRI VOICE (extra-clear voice) 3," which enhances the clarity of the caller's voice in noisy or crowded places, and "PITTARI VOICE (exact voice)," which adjusts the phone's audio to the proper volume based on the user's body movements when walking or running. As well, the smartphone is equipped with a voice balance feature that automatically accentuates the high-pitched portions of the sound of the other person's voice, making it easier to hear. Find out more.
Posted by Tensilica at 11:31 AM
Monday, December 05, 2011
Memory tuning allows you to choose memory-related parameters for each on-chip processor core that balance system performance, processor area (cost), and memory size by exploring a target application's sensitivity to these memory-system parameters. The processor core's instruction-set simulator (ISS) plays a key and central role in this assessment because the ISS can model and report the expected system performance, providing a breakdown of memory-related stalls. Read the white paper.
Posted by Tensilica at 10:16 AM