D3 Engineering launches CDK for DaVinci-based processors

APRIL 4--D3 Engineering (Rochester, NY, USA) camera-developer kit for the TMS320DM6437 Digital Video Development Platform based on TI DaVinci technology is beginning production.

APRIL 4--D3 Engineering (Rochester, NY, USA; www.d3engineering.com) has announced that its camera developer kit (CDK) for the TMS320DM6437 Digital Video Development Platform based on Texas Instruments (TI) DaVinci technology has completed a successful beta phase and is beginning production. The company is now accepting orders, and shipments will begin July 1, 2007.

The new platform leverages both the cost savings and the smaller size afforded by TI TMS320DM643x devices. The daughter card allows a developer to use CMOS/CCD imagers as input devices. Image output directly to a TFT LCD is supported, as is a USB 2.0 chipset. D3 Engineering was an early adopter of TI DaVinci technology, incorporating the processors in its CDK.

D3 Engineering is a member of the TI DSP Third Party Network, a worldwide organization of independent companies that offer products and services supporting TI DSPs. TI third parties provide expertise across a variety of applications, including audio, control, telecom, video, and imaging and wireless communications. Third-party products and services include a broad range of application software, development hardware and software, and consulting services that support original equipment manufacturers' efforts to bring differentiated products to the market quickly. For more information about the TI DSP Third Party Network, see www.ti.com/3p.

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