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Ceva introduces two low power communication DSPs 

Thursday 19 November 2015 | 08:34 CET | News
Ceva introduced the Ceva-XC5 and Ceva-XC8, two digital signal processors (DSPs) designed specifically to address the growing demand for multimode connectivity products for IoT and M2M applications. Target applications include wearalone wearables, smart grid, surveillance systems, asset tracking, remote monitoring systems, connected cars and smart utilities.

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