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Medical imaging developers can speed time to market, improve performance, and lower development costs with TI's new embedded processor software toolkit
Date:3/30/2009

wer power.
  • Complete source code for all modules affords developers full visibility and enables module customization and differentiation.
  • Well defined APIs simplify development by abstracting modules and enabling easy integration into existing systems.
  • Complete benchmarks allow for quick and easy evaluation of module implementation and comparisons to other architectures.
  • Full test benches provide assurance of module functionality while aiding in evaluation and development. Custom test vectors can easily be added to check functional and cycle performance for any input.
  • Full documentation of each optimized module provides coding illustrations on computational optimization methods for the C64x+ core which can be used as a model to optimize other code modules.
  • One year of support and release patches include up-to-date releases and support by TI's applications team over the next 12 months.

  • "Over the next few years, we anticipate a significant shift in medical imaging applications from traditional imaging modalities limited to basic diagnostic functions to a new ecosystem comprised of small form factor, highly accurate portable devices, " said Susie Inouye, research director and president, Databeans. "It is clear that manufacturers seeking to design more flexible, affordable and portable ultrasound equipment can benefit from the low power, high-performance and flexible programmability of TI's digital signal processors."

    Pricing & Availability

    An evaluation version of the software toolkit, designed to give developers a chance to evaluate the product, is free for a period of 90 days. The software toolkit and DSP starter kit are available from TI today.

    Find out more about TI's medical imaging portfolio by visiting the links below:


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