Quad-Sharc board multiplies processing power Under a joint development, the Analog Devices AD14160

Quad-Sharc board multiplies processing power Under a joint development, the Analog Devices` AD14160 Quad-Sharc DSP multiprocessor and the Ixthos` IXZ16 Real-Time Processing VME board have been integrated into a single 6U slot package that delivers a performance density of 1.9 GFLOPS per cubic inch. The IXZ16 board comes with 256 Mbytes of DRAM, two sites for I/O mezzanine modules, and software development and debugging tools. The AD14160 four Sharc DSPs occupy just 1.85 in.3, about half the size

Feb 1st, 1998

Quad-Sharc board multiplies processing power Under a joint development, the Analog Devices` AD14160 Quad-Sharc DSP multiprocessor and the Ixthos` IXZ16 Real-Time Processing VME board have been integrated into a single 6U slot package that delivers a performance density of 1.9 GFLOPS per cubic inch. The IXZ16 board comes with 256 Mbytes of DRAM, two sites for I/O mezzanine modules, and software development and debugging tools. The AD14160 four Sharc DSPs occupy just 1.85 in.3, about half the size of a standard business card. Analog Devices Inc., 831 Woburn St., Wilmington, MA 01887; (781) 937-1428; Fax: (781) 821-4273.

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