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CEVA Intros Lightweight Processor for the Internet of Things

PRNewswire has recently announced CEVA’s introduction of a new lightweight, multi-purpose, processor IP core to streamline the design of cellular-enabled low data rate industrial and consumer loT devices. The CEVA-X1 IoT processor deploys a single-core DSP+CPU architecture, specifically designed to address the severe size, power and cost limitations demanded for deploying the latest LTE Cat-M1 […] The post CEVA Intros Lightweight Processor for the Internet of Things appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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