Processors

Digital Signal Processors – Getting Started

World leaders in DSP

  • Wide range of performance addressing broad range of embedded market.
    • Lowest power consumption DSPs - C55x family.
    • Highest-performance Multicore DSPs (used in specialized servers) - C6678 Multicore DSP and 66AK2H14 ARM® + DSP
  • DSP Processors optimized with wide range of peripherals supporting graphics, video encode/decode, high-speed connectivity, industrial communications, and more.
  • System-on-chip solutions available with integrated ARM cores for size, weight, and power savings (SWAP).
  • Easy software development with TI's world-class optimizing compiler, Code Composer Studio™ IDE, and optimized DSP libraries.
  • Real-time Operating System (TI-RTOS) available and supported by TI for time-critical applications.
  • TI Design Network offers experienced developers to aid in software/hardware development.

Digital signal processors

DSPs bring computing performance, real-time processing, and power efficiency to diverse applications ranging from sensors to servers. Our product range spans high-performance real-time needs, to power-efficient processors with industry-leading lowest active power needs. Choose one of our scalable solutions below.

 

Ultra-Low Power C55x

Single Core C674x

Multicore C66x

Multicore ARM + DSP 66AK2x

Speed (MHz) 50-300MHz 200-456MHz 850MHz-1.4GHz ARM: 600MHz to 1.4 GHz
DSP: 600MHz to 1.4 GHz
FLOPS/MACS/MIPS Up to 600 MMACS Up to 2.7 GFLOPS
Up to 3.6 GMACS
Up to 179 GFLOPS
Up to 358 GMACS
Up to 19600 DMIPS
Up to 67.2 GFLOPS
Up to 44.8 GMACS
Power Consumption (typ.) 20-300mW &ld;0.5W 2W-10W 1.5W-12W
External Memory 16b SDRAM 16b DDR2/mDDR 64b (LP)DDR3 w/ECC 64b (LP)DDR3 w/ECC
32b DDR3L w/ECC
Operating system CSL TI RTOS TI RTOS Linux™/TI RTOS
Key Features Ultra-low power, fixed point DSP, FFT hardware accelerator, integrated LDO, small footprint Low power, fixed   floating point DSP, code reuse from C64x/C67x, PRU, pin compatible with OMAP-L138/2, secure boot option High performance, power efficient fixed   floating point, Keystone architecture for enhanced multicore performance, Security and Packet acceleration, Single to eight C66x core scalability Up to 4 High performance ARM® Cortex®-A15 cores with NEON, power efficient fixed   floating point C66x DSP, Keystone architecture for enhanced multicore performance, security and packet acceleration, integrated digital front end (DFE), industrial acceleration
Peripherals USB, UART, I2C, McSPI, EMIF, ADC, LDO, LCD interface LCD Controller, USB2, SATA, EMAC, Video in/out, uPP (for high speed data converters) PCIe Gen2, Serial RapidIO, GigE with integrated switch, Hyperlink Up to two 10GigE and eight GigE ports with integrated switches, PCIe Gen2, Telecom Serial Interface Port (TSIP), Hyperlink, JESD204B, McASP, Display, PRU-ICSS
Applications Wearables, audio, biometrics Mobile radio, Currency counter, Biometrics Machine vision, Radar, Embedded analytics, Multimedia infrastructure, Avionics, Imaging Avionics and Defense, Communications and Telecom, Industrial and Process Control, Test and Measurement
Pricing Starting at $1.95 (1K) Starting at $6.30 (1K) Starting at $33.60 (1K) Starting at $20.10 (1K)
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Processor Benchmarks

Benchmarks are a useful tool in judging a processor’s performance. The pages and links here present a sampling of benchmark data from TI’s optimized libraries, as well as independent benchmarking results.

We have divided TI benchmarks into two major categories:

  • Core benchmarks – focused solely on the performance of a single core type.
  • Device benchmarks – benchmarks at the device level. These may include multiple cores, memory, data movement, and cache effects in the measurement.

Independent Benchmarks