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Interface, Memory, Analog, and System/Peripheral IP

Introduction to M-PCIe »

M-PCIe is the latest generation of the PCI Express standard, targeted for the low-power requirements of mobile platforms, particularly Wi-Fi, graphics, and applications processors. Cadence was one of the initial sponsors of M-PCIe. This talk explains what M-PCIe is, what applications will use it, how it differs from PCI Express, and what Cadence has to offer for M-PCIe.

6 Must-Know Tips to Optimize LPDDR and Wide I/O Performance »

Should your next design incorporate LPDDR3 or Wide I/O? Should you leapfrog to LPDDR4 or Wide I/O 2? How would this impact your controller and PHY implementation? The most successful mobile products combine higher performance with lower power dissipation. Memory subsystem design is key to delivering both, but the implementation choices are not always clear. Watch this 30-minute, pre-recorded webinar today to get some answers and learn the six must-know tips to optimize LPDDR and Wide I/O performance.

Tensilica Processor IP

April 2013 Embedded Vision Summit Product Demonstration: Tensilica

Gary Brown, Director of Imaging/Video at Tensilica, demonstrates a HDR (high dynamic range) processing application running on the company's IVP imaging and video DSP IP core at the April 2013 Embedded Vision Summit.

This video is © 2013 Embedded Vision Alliance and is used with permission. For more embedded vision information, please visit www.embedded-vision.com.

April 2013 Embedded Vision Summit Presentation: Tensilica

Chris Rowen, Chief Technology Officer at Tensilica, presents the "Porting Applications to High-Performance Imaging DSPs" tutorial within the "Developing Vision Software, Accelerators and Systems" technical session at the April 2013 Embedded Vision Summit.

This preview video is © 2013 Embedded Vision Alliance and is used with permission. For the full version of the video, please click here to visit the Embedded Vision Alliance website. One-time registration and login are required prior to accessing the video.

Verification IP