Electronic Design

Ambric Offers Low-Power Massively Parallel Device

Using the company’s Structural Object Programming Model, Ambric’s Am2045 massively parallel processor array device offers leading edge performance with low power. The device is designed to meet the growing demands of embedded systems in signal processing, imaging, video processing, wireless, network security, and other industries.

With more than 300 processors on one chip, the Am2045 can replace multiple FPGAs and/or DSPs in an embedded system solution. It delivers more than 1 TeraOPS processing power and dissipates just 6 W to 12 W, depending on the application. The device provides significant savings in development cost and time-to-market. It offers the performance of an FPGA without the associated timing closure problems.


TAGS: Digital ICs
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