June 20, 2012 -- Recore Systems brings fixed-functionality DSP-accelerator IP in its new optiumIP.com DSP IP core web store. The store kicks off with "OptiumIP to go" in a range of standard and mixed-radix Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) IP cores and Viterbi IP cores, and openly communicates prices. The store helps engineers to speed up their design cycles with turnkey DSP accelerator IP cores, transparent pricing, and fast turn-around on customizations.
IC designers find product information on web sites of IP providers, yet pricing information is rarely out in the open. OptiumIP.com provides full transparency in pricing on "OptiumIP to go," ready-to-use, fixed-functionality, technology-independent DSP-accelerator IP for both FPGAs and ASICs.
To facilitate integration in a design, OptiumIP comes with an AMBA AHB-Lite bridge. Before purchase, potential users can download an evaluation package with a top-level interface definition and a functional simulation model with accompanying guide for the DSP IP core.
For designers who need a variation on "OptiumIP to go," the web store offers "Tuned IP." In addition, designers can request custom, on-demand DSP accelerator IP based on their own requirements and reference code.
With the launch of the web store, Recore Systems expands its IP portfolio of reconfigurable DSP IP cores with fixed-functionality DSP accelerator IP. "Based on our proven reconfigurable DSP technology and tooling, we can create new IP cores quickly," said Paul Heysters, CEO of Recore Systems. "We believe that engineers are ready to start online shopping for IP, just like they do for any other item. OptiumIP.com makes it possible to select IP and integrate it in a design within a few days."
Go to the Recore Systems website for details.