Ambric to showcase aDesigner software development tool at ESCAmbric, Inc., will be exhibiting and giving a talk at Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley (ESC) 2008. Ambric will showcase its new version of aDesigner™, a software development tool suite which now has comprehensive performance analysis capabilities. It will also be showing the Am2045™ massively parallel processor array (MPPA) device and the Am2045 GT™ development and accelerator board.
The Am2045 device, for example, is capable of replacing multiple FPGAs and/or DSPs in an embedded system solution, as it has more than 300 processors on a single chip. It delivers more than one TeraOPS processing power and uses 6 to 12 watts of power, depending on the application.
Also, Ambric's Mike Butts, lead hardware architect and Ambric Fellow, will give a 90-minute class in the Multicore Technical Track entitled "Multicore and Massively Parallel Platforms and Moore's Law Scalability."
For more information, visit http://www.ambric.com