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Ask system designers to list the problems they face – it doesn't matter whether they're building mobile consumer, automotive, industrial, medical or scientific applications – and inevitably they'll mention optimizing host processor performance. It's hardly surprising. The event-driven architecture of these MPUs allows them to multitask and address new priorities as they occur. But as the number of I/O continues to rise, it also places escalating demand on bandwidth.
Tasked with managing a wider array of I/O as well as other system-wide command and control functions, today's host MPUs must remain operational for longer periods of time, thereby consuming precious power and compute resources.
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Published: November 15, 2020 Lang: ENG
Type: Whitepaper Length: 9 pages

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