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Tensilica aims at Chinese audio

4/24/2012 06:57 PM EDT
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R_Colin_Johnson
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R_Colin_Johnson   4/24/2012 10:44:06 PM
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Intellectual property (IP) specialists Tensilica is currently responsible for hundreds of millions of device serving up high-fidelity audio for voice and music in handsets and other mobile devices, By adding the emerging Chinese audio standards to is entire line of audio IP cores, Tensilica hopes to attain billion unit shipments--tripling its market penetration in just two years.

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agk   4/25/2012 8:42:57 AM
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Hi-Fi in mobile ,noise cancellation by sound beam steering are most welcome in mobile phones. The estimate of 600Mhz DSP processors for future is also seems to be a good target.

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