Date Added: Oct 2011
Digital Signal Processors (DSPs), with their specialized architectures optimized for heavy math computation, have been a mainstay of the real-time digital signal processing market place as a cost-effective solution for many complex designs. Although DSPs remain a viable choice for many systems, developers are finding that proprietary DSPs are no longer required to perform real-time digital signal processing. Instead, developers are migrating to the Interval Zero RTX Real-Time Platform, which comprises Intel multi-core processors, the Microsoft Windows operating system and RTX real-time software. This platform is designed to outperform DSPs, reduce costs and streamline development cycles.