30 Sep '12, 8pm

Reason 30: Our #multicore SDK helps developers easily get started on our DSPs: #WhyDSP

Our Multicore Software Development Kits (MCSDK) provide highly-optimized bundles of foundational, platform-specific drivers to enable development on TI C64x+™ and C66x multicore devices, including TMS320C667x, TMS320C647x and TMS320C645x processors. The MCSDK gives developers the ability to evaluate hardware and software capabilities of the evaluation platform and to rapidly develop multicore applications. The MCSDK enables applications to use SYS/BIOS and/or Linux on one platform. Individual cores can be assigned to operate Linux applications as a control plane while other cores are simultaneously assigned high-performance signal processing operations. This heterogeneous configuration provides flexibility for software developers to implement full solutions on TI’s multicore DSPs. Additional Information: TI Multicore Processor Overview

Full article: http://www.ti.com/tool/bioslinuxmcsdk

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