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When you port your speech and audio tasks from the CPU onto the DSP, you open the doors to high efficiency, improved performance and low latency. You can offer your users crystal-clear audio streams and a superior multimedia experience. But most DSP customization is beyond the reach of mobile app developers. It’s usually reserved for device manufacturers and specialty developers with enough time to write, test and integrate their modules by device launch. You want the benefits of customizing, but it’s a lot of work.
Your living room lights turning themselves off when you leave home.
Patients wirelessly sharing their data with doctors.
Pupils assembling puzzle pieces across multiple tablets.
Sports fans delivering food to one another on their way back from the stadium concession stand.
Did you attend Uplinq™ 2013 last week? It always amazes me how much energy a building full of industry enthusiasts can generate at Qualcomm’s annual wireless ecosystem conference in San Diego. Here are some of the highlights from this year’s conference.
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