Qualcomm's DSP Access Program

Get ready for programming on a Qualcomm digital signal processor (DSP), enabling your multimedia features for a large mobile handset market. For the first time Qualcomm is opening up a new programmable processor that software developers can use to accelerate their algorithms and offload the main applications processor. In this session targeted towards mobile software developers, we will introduce the program, go over the tools available, the chipsets supported and the timeline for availability. We will show how developers can add their own customizations to Qualcomm's audio and video processing engines and enable device makers to better differentiate their smartphone and tablet devices by augmenting the Snapdragon platform's multimedia suite.

Publish Date: Jun 29, 2011

Length: 38:37

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