TI unveils DaVinci digital video technology

Posted on Saturday, September 10 2005 @ 15:30 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Texas Instruments today presented a new all-in-one digital video technology to simplify and speed up to development and production of digital video devices; from set-top boxes and handhelds to cameras and automotive gear. The new solution is called DaVinci:
Specifically, DaVinci consists of a family of processors with integrated software and development tools that support multiple video applications. Hardware designers who currently have to cobble together several processors to create an innovative multipurpose device should be able to use a DaVinci chip instead, picking and choosing from a menu of supported, production-ready features and thereby saving time and money.
More details at Yahoo

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