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IntegrIT’s DSP Math Library Now Available for Tensilica’s Baseband DSPs

Santa Clara, CA USA- October 11, 2011 -Tensilica, Inc. today announced that the NatureDSP Math Library from IntegrIT DSP Design House, a leading supplier of DSP (digital signal processing) software solutions, is now available for Tensilica's ConnX BBE16 baseband DSP for system-on-chip (SOC) design.

The IntegrIT NatureDSP Math library simplifies the software development process for design teams that want to port their own signal processing application software to the ConnX BBE16 DSP.  The IntegrIT Nature DSP Signal+ is a collection of signal processing routines needed for implementation of typical digital signal processing functions including highly optimized routines for filtering, FFT, matrix, trigonometric and other math operations.

"Tensilica's ConnX BBE16 DSP has been selected by several major communications suppliers," stated Dmitry Paroshin, managing partner, IntergIT. "Now, with this library, developers will get an additional choice of high-performance math functions that will speed their development efforts. Customers can reach the full computational power of the BBE16 DSP with their application software thanks to the useful and optimized algorithmic kernels of the library."

"IntegrIT has a proven track record in providing high-quality DSP libraries," stated Eric Dewannain, Tensilica's vice president and general manager, baseband business unit. "This library will speed our mutual customers' software development times significantly."

About IntegrIT

IntegrIT is a DSP software design house based in Moscow, Russia, that provides design services, software product development and customization. IntegrIT has a solid track record in design and deployment of cutting edge solutions for VoIP, APCO P25 and DMR equipment. IntegrIT Tink - Enterprise level VoIP solution for mobile platforms which includes advanced features of wideband hands-free communication, conferencing, call forwarding and others. IntegrIT CrystalSpeech is a well recognized cross-platform wideband VoIP Engine which perfectly fits in desktop and mobile platforms. It covers Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, Android, iOS and other operation systems. For more information on IntegrIT products visit http://www.integrit.com/

About Tensilica

Tensilica, Inc. is the leader in customizable dataplane processor IP cores. Dataplane Processor Units (DPUs) combine the best capabilities of CPUs and DSPs while delivering 10 to 100x the performance because they can be customized using Tensilica's automated design tools to meet specific signal processing performance targets. Tensilica's DPUs  power SOC designs at system OEMs and six out of the top 10 semiconductor companies for products including mobile phones, consumer electronics devices (including digital TV, Blu-ray Disc players, broadband set top boxes, digital still cameras and portable media players), computers, and storage, networking and communications equipment. For more information on Tensilica's patented, benchmark-proven DPUs visit www.tensilica.com.

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