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Ask the Expert: Ken Nesteroff

How does TI's C66x medical imaging software tookit enable developers to better design applications? Ken Nesteroff, high performance computing and imaging business development manager, explains how TI's free, upgraded STK 3.0, powerful C66x DSP core and easy-to-program KeyStone multicore architecture enables developers to more easily design medical imaging products with a significantly shortened development time.

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