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XMOS extends xCORE multicore MCU family

1/10/2013 08:11 PM EST
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re: XMOS extends xCORE multicore MCU family
abraxalito   1/11/2013 8:45:01 AM
XMOS seems to have been adopted by the higher performance audio world so now are delivering product targetted more to that niche. But the niche itself isn't really big enough and originally XMOS's USP was that it was a flexible solution able to be configured to a plethora of interfaces. Once the interfaces become standard ones (S/PDIF, TDM, I2S, UAC2 ) then hardware beats software hands down.

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