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Thus, companies are forced to standardize on a single vendor to ensure interoperability, in many cases resulting in non-optimal performance and higher total costs for the complete system. The challenge for the future is to write your control program once and then deploy the same program to a variety of PC, PLC, or embedded targets. You need the ability to choose among PLC, programmable automation controller (PAC), microprocessor, digital signal processor (DSP), or FPGA targets based on the price-performance requirements of the automation system.

Fig 2 below shows a block diagram of the speech recognition aspects of this system used together with noise and echo reduction technology.

You have to concentrate in the areas of the market that are growing,” according to Rasor.

The designer is now presented with the choice whether or not to use this additional performance headroom for more advanced application features, or to further reduce the cost and power consumed by their implementation. Considering the lower operational speed and reduced supply voltage, this example can save over 50% of the energy used over the single CPU case. The ARM IEM software can also control the scaling of the required voltage and frequency automatically using DVFS, and give the designer both the performance headroom and the reduced power consumption.

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Fig 2 below shows a block diagram of the speech recognition aspects of this system used together with noise and echo reduction technology.

You have to concentrate in the areas of the market that are growing,” according to Rasor.

The designer is now presented with the choice whether or not to use this additional performance headroom for more advanced application features, or to further reduce the cost and power consumed by their implementation. Considering the lower operational speed and reduced supply voltage, this example can save over 50% of the energy used over the single CPU case. The ARM IEM software can also control the scaling of the required voltage and frequency automatically using DVFS, and give the designer both the performance headroom and the reduced power consumption.

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  • The number of instructions it takes to complete a typical task or benchmark is referred to as architectural efficiency. If one instruction set uses fewer instructions, it will complete the task sooner, even if the clock frequency is the same. RISC-based processors have a load/store instruction set that means data must be moved to registers before being used. Moving data from one location to another takes two instructions, a load and a store. This is a good choice for servers, for which most of these processors were originally designed, but is not optimal for the packet processing which is required for communications and media applications. A packet is a sequence of bytes in memory. To process a packet, the CPU scans the packet, makes minor changes, then perhaps copies it. For packet processing, a memory-to-memory instruction set is the most efficient architecture, but it is not implemented by legacy processors.

    What is broken with RISC-based processors? Legacy architectures such as RISC-based processors were previously used for standard networking needs. These mostly data network applications are ‘bursty’ in nature–high burst of throughput followed by quiet time. In contrast, media applications, such as streaming video and audio, require sustained high bandwidth packet processing with ultra low jitter. Legacy RISC-based architecture processors employ cumbersome context-switching, interrupt-driven processes to handle traffic, but this architectural model breaks down when required to handle sustained high bandwidth traffic with ultra low jitter and with the quality of service (QoS) required for media content delivery. Some of the additional fundamental shortcomings of legacy processors are low architectural efficiency, long hazard time, long memory wait time and use of general purpose operating system.

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  • The number of instructions it takes to complete a typical task or benchmark is referred to as architectural efficiency. If one instruction set uses fewer instructions, it will complete the task sooner, even if the clock frequency is the same. RISC-based processors have a load/store instruction set that means data must be moved to registers before being used. Moving data from one location to another takes two instructions, a load and a store. This is a good choice for servers, for which most of these processors were originally designed, but is not optimal for the packet processing which is required for communications and media applications. A packet is a sequence of bytes in memory. To process a packet, the CPU scans the packet, makes minor changes, then perhaps copies it. For packet processing, a memory-to-memory instruction set is the most efficient architecture, but it is not implemented by legacy processors.

    What is broken with RISC-based processors? Legacy architectures such as RISC-based processors were previously used for standard networking needs. These mostly data network applications are ‘bursty’ in nature–high burst of throughput followed by quiet time. In contrast, media applications, such as streaming video and audio, require sustained high bandwidth packet processing with ultra low jitter. Legacy RISC-based architecture processors employ cumbersome context-switching, interrupt-driven processes to handle traffic, but this architectural model breaks down when required to handle sustained high bandwidth traffic with ultra low jitter and with the quality of service (QoS) required for media content delivery. Some of the additional fundamental shortcomings of legacy processors are low architectural efficiency, long hazard time, long memory wait time and use of general purpose operating system.

    When the switch is turned on, energy is stored in the primary (within the core material). As shown in Figure 1, the polarity dots on the transformer and the diode are arranged such that there is no energy transferred to the load when the switch is on. When the switch is turned off, the polarity of the transformer winding reverses due to the collapsing magnetic field, the output rectifier conducts and the energy stored in the core material is transferred to the load. This activity continues until the core is depleted of energy or the power switch is once again turned on.

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