Junko Yoshida, EE Times(07/26/2006 8:42 PM EDT)SAN FRANCISCO
— An STMicroelectronics executive provided a glimpse of its future Nomadik multimedia processor platform consisting of multiple CPUs, DSPs and subsystems on a single chip.
Speaking at the Design Automation Conference here, Pierre Paulin, director of SoC platform automation at ST's central R&D, said it is integrating "a reconfigurable array of DSP cores"—as many as six—and "multicore CPUs" into a Nomadik processor slated for production in 2008 using 45-nm process technology. Though not a member of ST's Nomadik team, Paulin provides CAD tool support for the team. "They are my customer," he explained.
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