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Featured Application of the Month
We recently asked our readers what topics they would like to see covered in our Multicore Mix blog. Some readers responded that they would like to understand where multicore processors can be used outside the wireless base station market. Others were surprised to learn about the fit for multicore in high end printers or audio infrastructure applications.
To make sure that we do justice to all of the end equipments and applications that are a fit for multicore, we're giving each of them the spotlight in their own month. That's right, 12 months of multicore applications!
This month, we're delving into enterprise gateways. As businesses continue to migrate from legacy TDM networks to IP-based systems, they stand to reap significant cost savings and flexibility from a new generation of equipment powering their communications systems. Applications that fall into this category includes media gateways, session border controllers and IP-PBX gateways.
Read about TI's C665x multicore DSPs for enterprise gateways in our recent announcement.
Use the links to the right to learn more about multicore solutions for enterprise gateways.
Learn more about July's featured application of the month: embedded and machine vision.
TI's TMS320C665x multicore processors help developers meet the specialized gateway challenges of matching voice coding techniques, processing tone and signaling messaging, distinguishing facsimile from voice, converting legacy circuit switched connections to IP and managing and reporting voice quality.
Session border controllers typically use a general-purpose processor to implement control, signaling and management function. This white paper explores how DSPs can perform these operations at a fraction of the cost and power and achieve performance and scale that cannot be achieved with general purpose processors.
Our Ask the Expert video explains how multicore DSPs are well suited for the demands of enterprise gateway applications.
Want more? Connect with our one of our experts, Debbie Greenstreet, as she talks all things gateway related in this latest blog post.