Junko Yoshida, EETimes
4/11/2018 10:45 AM EDT
Cadence Design Systems, Inc. might have found the secret recipe for success in an increasingly hot AI processing-core market by promoting a suite of DSP cores that accelerate both embedded vision and artificial intelligence.
The San Jose-based company is rolling out on Wednesday (April 11) the Cadence Tensilica Vision Q6 DSP. Built on a new architecture, the Vision Q6 offers faster embedded vision and AI processing than its predecessor, Vision P6 DSP, while occupying the same floorplan area as that of P6.
The Vision Q6 DSP is expected to go into SoCs that will drive such edge devices as smartphones, surveillance cameras, vehicles, AR/CR, drones, and robots.
The new Vision Q6 DSP is built on Cadence’s success with Vision P6 DSP. High-profile mobile application processors such as HiSilicon’s Kirin 970 and MediaTek’s P60 both use the Vision P6 DSP core.
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