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noun backbone, bedrock, body, center, content, cornerstone, corpus, epitome, essence, fundamentals, gist, heart, main point, meat, nave, nub, nucleus, prime ingredient, principle, quiddity, quintessence, soul, substance, sum and substance, summary
Associated concepts: core of a case, core of a claim, core of an accusation, core of an allegation, core of testimony
See also: body, center, consequence, content, cornerstone, corpus, epitome, essence, gist, gravamen, interior, main point, outline, point, purpose, significance, structure, substance, summary, synopsis
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There are already well-established low-power, low-cost multicore MCUs available on the market, many of which include integrated connectivity, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and IEEE 802.
As a result, safety- and security-critical coverage analysis is safely and efficiently aggregated without degrading runtime performance and without sacrificing the integrity of the Green Hills Software multicore application environment.
Customers can take existing C/C++ code and easily recompile for the multicore xCORE devices.
MTAPI is aligned with our previously released specifications, Multicore Resource Management API (MRAPI) and the Multicore Communications API (MCAPI).
Prism is an award winning Eclipse-based embedded multicore programming system which allows software engineers to easily assess and realize the full potential of multicore processors without significant changes to their existing development flow.
TI's multicore DSPs are an ideal solution for high-end industrial automation products such as:
In fact, if you do not use routines tuned for multicore architectures applications are now likely to execute more slowly.
In the future you won't be able to get a computer that's not multicore, and as multicore chips become ubiquitous, all programmers will have to learn new tricks.
About TI's KeyStone multicore architecture Texas Instruments' KeyStone multicore architecture is the platform for true multicore innovation, offering developers a robust portfolio of high performance, low-power multicore devices.
Increasing traffic loads and rising packet processing complexity are putting pressure on available multicore CPUs for more compute power, higher throughput, and greater power efficiency.
For example, the processor cores, the inter-core communication channels (in support of message passing protocols such as the Multicore Association's MCAPI), the memory system (including hierarchy, topology, coherency, memory size, latency), the network-on-chip (NoC) and routing protocol, and hardware virtualization features are among the architectural features that SHIM will either directly or indirectly describe.
In the past writing ANSI standard C for multicore systems was challenging, said Nigel Toon, XMOS CEO.

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