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Extending the Reach of an Application Processor Using Customizable Silicon
2/27/2013

Figure 1: Most processor interfaces serve only as masters, preventing two processors from communicating directly (a). Using a CSSP, developers can implement either an interface bridge (b) or shared memory channel (c) between processors to match the application's performance.
Figure 1: Most processor interfaces serve only as masters, preventing two processors from communicating directly (a). Using a CSSP, developers can implement either an interface bridge (b) or shared memory channel (c) between processors to match the application’s performance.

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Greg M. Jung
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Minimum Order Quantity
Greg M. Jung   2/27/2013 8:24:56 PM
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Interesting article.  What would the minimum order quantity (MOQ) be to get in at the entry level of this CSSP?

mehulkochar_quicklogic
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Re: Minimum Order Quantity
mehulkochar_quicklogic   3/4/2013 7:34:27 PM
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Hi Greg,

 

Thanks. When working with OEMs there are no MOQs but the annual volume is expected to be 100K units or beyond.  When we work with Application Processor partners we work with them on business case potential. 

 

Thanks,

Mehul

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