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Audio IP Subsystems Made Easy with a Complete, SoC-Ready Solution

Original Air Date: Apr 26, 2012 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Overview:
The trend towards internet-connected consumer devices is driving an increase in the audio requirements and complexity of today's SoCs. These designs need to support elements such as multi-channel, high-definition audio formats as well as plug seamlessly into the host application software. Designers are turning to dedicated audio subsystems to off-load the audio processing from the host processor, thus reducing design complexity and improving the performance and efficiency of the SoC.

This webinar will focus on:

  • The growing complexity of audio requirements for advanced SoC designs
  • How a pre-verified, integrated audio IP subsystem solution, consisting of hardware, software and prototypes reduces integration effort, lowers risk and accelerates time-to-market
  • The feature requirements for implementing audio functionality into a SoC
  • How configuration of a complete audio IP subsystem can be done in hours
Length: 50 minutes + 10 minutes of Q&A

Who should attend: SoC design engineers, SW engineers, system architects, project managers

Presenter:
Henk Hamoen, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Henk Hamoen is the Senior Product Marketing Manager for the DesignWare® SoundWave Audio Subsystem and ARC Audio IP product lines at Synopsys. Henk has over 15 years of experience in the semiconductor industry and has held various marketing and program management positions at Virage Logic, NXP Semiconductors and Philips. Henk holds a B.Sc. EE from Saxion University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands.

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AlanTechMan Posted Apr 20, 2012

Am I the only one that had to go and look up SoC (System On a Chip it turns out)? I'm not exactly new to tech subjects, but I think that, even in a specialist environment, it shows respect and consideration for your readers to follow the long-standing convention of decoding acronyms at each first usage in a story. In a field like electronics which is shot through with acronyms (some with multiple definitions) it's a good convention to stick to. Decoding acronyms on 1st usage also acts as a bit of a welcome mat for those trying to ease themselves into the electronics world. Anyway, gotta go: My PB has gone TdR and I'm replacing the SDT with a HPST so that the AFL and TTR match up and improve the DTA. If only I could replace it with an SoC! See you at the seminar. Alan T.

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