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CEVA XC323 vector DSP

10/19/2010 07:22 PM EDT
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Brian Fuller2
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re: CEVA XC323 vector DSP
Brian Fuller2   10/29/2010 10:53:38 PM
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I removed it because I mislabeled it as a video for the wrong product! But you can see other Ceva product videos at the Ceva site: http://www.ceva-dsp.com/index.php

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Neon God   10/21/2010 5:29:15 AM
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I see the video for the X1643 has now been removed.

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Neon God   10/20/2010 6:32:53 PM
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Oops. Wrong video. The above is for the CEVA-X1643. That said, both the X1643 and XC323 sound very interesting. Top marks, so far, to the people who must have worked very hard in creating them.

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