CES 2012: Texas Instruments OMAP platform makes mobile devices enterprise-ready

By Telecom Lead Team: Texas Instruments is demonstrating
new applications that make OMAP platform-based mobile devices become a trusted
gateway to demanding enterprise applications at CES 2012.


TI will demonstrate power-efficient mobile devices used
for enterprise applications, along with other compelling OMAP processor-based.


The OMAP platform’s unique smart multicore, low power
architecture enables mobile users to conduct critical business functions such
as video conferencing and desktop virtualization, through the convenience of
their favorite mobile devices.


“Mobile device experiences are driven largely by
smartphones. We expect familiar UIs, great mobility, syncing potential and the
same riveting, practical apps we get from the latest tablet or smartphone to
follow us into the office space. We’ve partnered with industry leaders and are
demonstrating how the hyper-secure, smart multicore OMAP architecture is
leveraged by the most cutting-edge applications to change the workplace,”
said Dennis Rauschmayer, general manager, OMAP enterprise business line,


TI’s OMAP platform includes smart multicore architecture
that allows concurrent operation of applications within a mobile power


Also, the platform includes IVA-HD-accelerated video
encoding and decoding (includes H.264 and other formats) with On-chip
security-accelerated remote management.


The platform also offers multi-display output capability
including a desktop-comparable multiple WUXGA (1920×1200) display output.


TI’s OMAP platform has been deployed by many companies
that include, Splashtop, Ittiam, Teradici and Red Bend Software.


Powered by OMAP’s architecture, the Splashtop Remote
Desktop enables users to turn a common tablet into a fully-functional PC or
Mac, while also using touch gestures to control popular desktop applications.


Taking advantage of OMAP platform features, users of
Ittiam’s proprietary Bridge architecture can now meet with multiple teammates
in HD video, while simultaneously sharing, exchanging or editing documents.


At the CES 2012,
Texas Instruments has  also launched its new CC2541 Bluetooth low energy
system-on-chip (SoC), aimed at Bluetooth Smart sensor applications for consumer
medical, sports and fitness, security, entertainment and home automation.


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