- 66AK2EO2, which uses a Cortex A-15 processor and a C66x DSP;
- 66AK2EO5, which combines 4 Cortex A-15s and the C66x;
- 66AK2H06, with 2 Cortex A-15 cores and 4 C66X DSPs;
- 66AK2H12, with 4 Cortex-A15 cores and 8 C66X DSPs
- AM52E02, with 2 Cortex-A15 cores
- AM5K2E04, with 4 Cortex A-15 cores.
Texas Instruments Sees ARM Chips as Data Center Coprocessors
Texas Instruments has its eye on the cloud—specifically ARM-based servers designed for cloud applications. At the Electronica 2012 show in Germany, TI unveiled six new multicore systems-on-a-chip, based on the company’s KeyStone architecture. The new processors combine various numbers of ARM Cortex A-15 cores onto the chip and surround them with integrated packet processing and Ethernet switching. TI’s new chips include: