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Ceva TEAKLITE-4 ILLUMINATES ROADMAP
J. Scott Gardner (April 16, 2012).
Hot on the heels of introducing its XC4000 family (see MPR 3/5/12, “Ceva Exposes DSP Six Pack”), Ceva has lifted the curtain on another new family of DSP cores. Speaking at the Linley Tech Mobile Conference, the company announced its new TeakLite-4 architecture and provided details about four new cores it plans to launch this year. As the successor to its popular TeakLite-III family, the software-compatible architecture is designed to scale across a broad range of product categories. TeakLite-4 DSPs will primarily target audio and voice processing in everything from low-power mobile devices to high-end home entertainment systems.