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Ask the Expert: How does TI provide a multicore DSP that is both high performance and ultra low power?

How does TI provide a multicore DSP that is both high performance and ultra low power? Dave Bell is the Applications Director for the Multicore Processors business at Texas Instruments. Dave's team focuses on TI's KeyStone architecture, SoC platform quality and entitlement, and overall multicore solutions. Dave has been with TI's DSP division since 1995, specializing in DSP architecture (CPU, memory, and switch fabric), embedded processing, real-time systems and software for communications infrastructure and other performance-intensive systems.

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