Texas Instruments today unveiled three new devices based on its KeyStone multicore architecture, utilizing the TMS320C66x digital signal processors (DSP) generation. The new TMS320C665x DSPs feature combined fixed- and floating-point capabilities, delivering real-time high performance at low power, coupled with smaller form factors.
Based on the KeyStone multicore architecture, TI’s new C665x processors is made to give developers access to devices with high performance, while still being energy and space efficient. With low power consumption, and a small form factor of 21mm x 21mm the processors enables portability, mobility and low power energy sources, such as battery and interface powering to drive new exciting products to be developed.
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