TI's New Large ROM TMS320C5000 DSPs Slash Cost By 55%

1/14/2002 - Enabling designers of high-volume, cost-sensitive applications to eliminate external memory and expensive on-chip random access memory (RAM), Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today announced production of two new programmable TMS320C54x(tm) digital signal processors (DSPs) that incorporate seven times more on-chip read-only memory (ROM). Code compatible with all 19 devices in the TMS320C5000(tm) DSP platform, the two new DSPs allow customers to reduce overall system cost, size and power for applications including consumer digital audio, feature phones, cellular hands-free kits, speech recognition command and control, handheld gaming, toys and advanced headsets.

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