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Beating TI at its own game

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Matthew MD
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Matthew MD   12/2/2008 6:58:55 PM
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What is this about? It is a little unclear. Did they just write more optimal software than TI? A big fat yawn if they did. Or did they re-implement the actual DSP hardware logic to improve some instructions performance?

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Sparky Joe   12/2/2008 4:13:20 PM
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What's the point of putting out an article about something when you can share the details of what they did. It would be nice is TI would share what was done so others could achive this performance increase also.

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