VSP to Launch 'Next Gen' DSPs

ON DEMAND Microelectronics will introduce its pioneering Vector Signal Processing technology at SUPERCOMM 2004 in Chicago

May 20, 2004

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VIENNA -- ON DEMAND Microelectronics will introduce its pioneering Vector Signal Processing technology at SUPERCOMM 2004 in Chicago from June 20 to 24. The company will present itself and its versatile portfolio of technologies for the next generation DSP based communications and multimedia at booth number 28322 for the first time in the United States. ON DEMAND's Vector Signal Processor (VSP) is a patented technology tailored to digital signal processing applications with extremely high processing power needs, simultaneously offering the added benefit of low power usage. The VSP is highly suitable for telecommunication applications in the areas of broadband data communications and mobile multimedia. The VSP is available as an Intellectual Property (IP) for licensing to companies in the semiconductor and electronics industry.

ON DEMAND's VSP is especially suitable for multi-standard DSL modems due to its ideal scalability and programmability as well as adequate ability to minimize chip area. The solutions can be optimized due to the software programmability enabling adjustments to future changes or new definitions of the standards. The advantages for the customer are obvious given the flexibility and configurability of the processor demonstrating its versatility: The implementation of a single chipset for varying product lines reduces the development and production costs and shortens time-to-market cycles significantly. In comparison to dedicated hardware the development risks are minimized while the life cycle of the particular design is maximized efficiently.

At the booth #28322 this European chip company shall present its broad portfolio in design services of analog, digital and mixed signal semiconductor design including algorithms for telecommunication (multi standard DSL). The advanced and extraordinary development method as well as the implemented tools applied by the team position ON DEMAND as a pioneer for the development of highly complex semiconductor products. The team's know-how is extensive and includes everything from theoretical algorithm development to hardware and firmware realization. A project with Analog Devices, Inc. is exemplary for the excellence of the team's skills: The development of an 8 channel G.SHDSL data pump with 60 million transistors which represents the most complex IC design in Europe at present. The realization of this design was only possible due to the broad spectrum of the team's capabilities, which spans the entire development through all phases necessary. Through the successful completion of the project for Analog Devices the team's know-how was visible in design and simulation of mathematical functions, system and product concepts, and circuit design to layout and hardware concept of the development and demonstrator boards.

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