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May 22, 2020 //By Rich Pell
Audio processing engine is optimized for multi-core development
Embedded audio solutions provider DSP Concepts has announced the launch of a new variant of the AWE Core audio-processing engine at the heart of its Audio Weaver platform, optimized for multi-core development.
  • API interactions and human readable strings on each error code for easy logging/debugging (e.g., printf).

In effect, says the company, AWE Core OS provides system designers the freedom and security in designing on a single device in a single environment.

"For example, an auto manufacturer could design a large channel count speaker playback system on one core using a large block size for code efficiency," says Paul Beckmann, CTO and co-founder of DSP Concepts. "At the same time, using AWE Core OS, they could create a voice input and voice communication signal chain on another processor and thread using a smaller block size to achieve lower latency and perhaps a different sample rate. That's just one small example, but it represents an improvement over today's existing solutions."

In February, the company announced $14.5 million in Series B funding for Audio Weaver - the result, says the company, of Audio Weaver's success in consumer and automotive deployments in partnership with top-tier brands including Porsche, Tesla, GoPro, Braun Audio, and voice recognition partners such as Alexa Voice Service, Google Voice Assistant, as well as non-cloud connected voice recognition engines like Sensory. The company also works with several chip partners including STMicroelectronics, MediaTek, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, NXP, and others.

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