Intel, Analog Devices launch joint DSP development

Intel Corp. and Analog Devices Inc. (ADI, Norwood, Mass.) reported Feb. 3 they'll jointly design a digital signal processing (DSP) core architecture. This fixed-point, low-power DSP core will process video, images, voice, and data in emerging embedded communications and Internet appliances.

03/01/1999


Santa Clara, Calif. Intel Corp. and Analog Devices Inc. (ADI, Norwood, Mass.) reported Feb. 3 they'll jointly design a digital signal processing (DSP) core architecture. This fixed-point, low-power DSP core will process video, images, voice, and data in emerging embedded communications and Internet appliances.

"With the rapid convergence of digital communications and computing, Intel decided to invest in signal processing to include a dedicated DSP core that complements our existing embedded solutions," says Ron Smith, Intel's corporate vp and its Computing Enhancement Group gm.

Intel and Analog Devices will immediately combine design engineering teams from both companies into a joint design group, located mostly in Austin, Tex. The team will design a DSP core, programmers' tools, and algorithms needed to proliferate third-party development and OEM adoption in vertical and general-purpose markets.

The team's first core design is expected to be completed in the second half of 2000. Though the two companies will collaborate on the core design, they will separately market and sell products from the design. For more information, visit www. controleng.com/info .





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