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re: Stretch announces new S7 processor family for video applications
DrFPGA   8/7/2010 3:27:35 AM
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The security camera market seems to be getting very crowded- probably due to it's high growth rate. There are fixed function ASSPs, semi-programmable solutions like Stretch, FPGAs with an ever increasing number of IP partners, DSPs with video processing hardware/firmware and processors with graphics accelerators. It would be great if someone wrote a GOOD TECHNICAL comparison article on the advantages/disadvantages of each solution. Does anyone know of a good article like that? Any volunteers to write one?

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