Stream Processors Overview
Stream Processors, Inc. (SPI) is a privately held fabless semiconductor company developing an innovative stream processing architecture that that will help consumer and industrial companies accelerate time to market for their products, while greatly reducing system development costs. SPI was founded in 2004 in the recognition that the new era of compute-intensive applications requires radically…More»
The main aim of this project was to develop a signal which was C programmable and process images which would boost both performance density and efficiency for processors that performed special-purposes. The project could explain and demonstrate how useful the stream processing was. Many applications such as wireless baseband processing, 3D graphics, encryption, IP forwarding all were able to take the advantage of how efficient the stream processing worked and this was also demonstrated by the project. You can also view http://www.top10binarystrategy.com/
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|Name:||Storm-1 Stream Processor Family|
|Description:||The Storm-1 platform delivers unprecedented levels of compute performance to drive the latest media and signal applications. A standard, Linux-based ANSI C programming enviroment in a familiar single-core model allows developers to leverage their exisiting software and large body of open source available.
A cost-efficient alternative to fixed-function ASICs and FPGAs, Storm-1 enable designers to adopt a software-driven development model to reduce overall effort and risk.Benefits and features* Parallel scalable performance → Massive parallelism enables applications to be developed directly in software, eliminating restrictions imposed by fixed-function ASIC/ASSP hardware.
* Ease of programming → SPI’s RapiDev™ Tools Suite enables familiar C programming in a single instruction flow. Dramatically reduced effort compared to FPGAs or custom ASICs.
* Integrated solution → Rich I/O set and on-chip Host CPU, supporting up to 16 channels of video, PCI and Gbit Ethernet.
* Power efficiency → Less than 50 μW/MMAC of compute efficiency enables high-density, high-performance applications.
* Standards-based → Linux, ANSI C, and industry-standard 32-bit MIPS architecture with plug-in DSP libraries for a straightforward integration and leveraging of open source.
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