Communication Automation

In 1987 Communication Automation Corporation introduced the first PC plug-in board to break the $100 per MFLOPS price barrier. Based on the WE-DSP32 from AT&T, the first single-chip floating-point DSP, it opened up new fields previously restricted by the PC's performance and prohibitive costs of floating-point accelerators. Since then, we have expanded our line to include fixed-point and floating-point DSPs from Texas Instruments, IDT's RISC processors and a variety of telecom interfaces.

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