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Tensilica HiFi DSP

 

Performing speech recognition at the edge, rather than sending data back to the cloud, is a major engineering challenge. You need significant processing power on a tiny energy budget, and often in a small form-factor. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Gerard Andrews of Cadence Design Systems about the Tensilica HiFi 5 DSP core, which you can drop into your SoC design to give you powerful speech recognition capabilities.

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