Texas Instruments microprocessors
Since 2012, Promwad Innovation Company has been the official partner of Texas Instruments and a member of an international network of design centers which develop electronics based on components and semiconductor IT solutions.
Over the past years, Promwad engineers have implemented a number of projects based on microprocessors by Texas Instruments. In our developments, we use processors of such families as the OMAP, the Sitara, the DaVinci and the KeyStone.
OMAP Processor Family
The OMAP (Open Multimedia Application Platform) is a family of microprocessors for application in the following mobile and multimedia devices:
- Portable navigation devices
- Portable Media Players
- Digital TV
- Digital camcorders
- Media players
- Mobile Internet devices
Sitara processor family
The Sitara family includes high-performance ARM microprocessors which combine the performance of the ARM9 and the ARM Cortex-A8 with a speed ranging from 200 MHz to over 1 GHz. This family of microprocessors features a unique combination of peripherals and hardware accelerators, which helps reduce the cost of the system and expand its communication capabilities.
DaVinci processor family
The DaVinci family includes digital signal processors by Texas Instruments for building multimedia systems. They have high-performance cores and a developed periphery, which helps perform a wide range of tasks related to video and audio processing.