Tensilica to Discuss Digital Radio at Globalpress Electronics Summit

Chris Rowen, Tensilica founder and chief technology officer, will discuss the market and technical opportunities for digital radio at this year’s Globalpress Electronics Summit, on Monday, March 30, in San Francisco. He will also highlight the design and performance advantages of using dataplane processors, which combine the best of CPUs and DSPs (digital signal processors) with much higher performance and faster data throughput.

In addition, Steve Roddy, Tensilica’s vice president of marketing, will participate in a panel Tuesday, March 31, discussing the 4G (Fourth Generation) wireless infrastructure challenges.

“Tensilica Update and New Trends in Audio”
Presentation by Chris Rowen, founder and chief technology officer, Tensilica
Monday, March 30, 9:15 – 9:45 a.m.

“Promise and Peril of 4G Networks?” Panel including
Steve Roddy, vice president of marketing, Tensilica
Tuesday, March 31, 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.

The Globalpress Electronics Summit takes place March
30 – April 2, at the Kabuki Hotel in San Francisco

About Globalpress Electronics Summit
The Globalpress Electronics Summit provides a venue for the world’s leading technology companies and innovative start-ups to showcase their news and views on the future of electronics, design tools and new applications to the world’s top 50-plus electronics journalists.

About Tensilica
Tensilica, Inc. is the recognized leader in customizable dataplane processors. Dataplane Processor Units (DPUs) consist of performance intensive DSP (audio, video, imaging, and baseband signal processing) and embedded RISC processing functions (security, networking, and deeply embedded control). The automated design tools behind all of Tensilica’s application specific processor cores enable rapid customization to meet specific dataplane performance targets. Tensilica’s DSPs and processors power top tier semiconductor companies, innovative start-ups, and system OEMs for high-volume products including mobile phones, consumer electronics devices (including portable media players, digital TV, and broadband set top boxes), computers, and storage, networking and communications equipment.