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High Bandwidth Systems for High Performance DSP Applications
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12/17/1998   Post a comment
What do you do when your future applications are more complex, and involve handling lots of data in real time while managing computationally demanding processes. More processors, faster processors, more memory, and of course, a faster system bus. Or multiple buses handling multiple tasks. This article by Mercury Computer Systems' Gerard Vichniac talks about the RACE architecture and how it is likely to evolve in the marketplace over the next year or two.
Multimedia Communications
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12/15/1998   Post a comment
Multimedia communications is the outgrowth of several business and technology trends. Multimedia communications is the integration of voice, data, and video on single networks, the converged network of the future. This overview traces the history of the industry, from its roots in videoconferencing, and outlines the major technical challenges being faced today.


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