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Quick Tutorial: Graphics IP Cores

What is an IP Core?

IP core as an IC component

Digital devices have embedded components called “integrated circuits” (or LSI). An LSI is the placement of thousands of complex circuit elements integrated onto a single small semiconductor chip. An IP core refers to a partial unit or block of circuit modules within an LSI, designed for a specific function. For example, an “X IP Core” would be the IP core specialized to perform function “X”. (e.g. A video processing IP core or image processing IP core)

Integrated Circuit (LSI) Partial circuit module is an IP Core

DMP Graphics IP Cores

Faster and More Stunning LCD Visualization

DMP specializes in providing graphics IP core modules.
DMP graphics IP cores are the manifestation of our technology, showcasing faster and more visually stunning rendering for LCD displays.

DMP Technology for Smaller and Lower-Power Digital Devices

Boosting Performance in Various Devices

DMP graphics IP cores contribute to improved content length, memory bandwidth, and system level power efficiency. They deliver amazing user experience, particularly for high efficiency, challenging embedded devices like mobile phones, digital cameras and gaming devices.

What's Inside an IC (LSI)?

DMP graphics IP cores contribute to improved content length, memory bandwidth, and system level power efficiency. They deliver amazing user experience, particularly for high efficiency, challenging embedded devices like mobile phones, digital cameras and gaming devices.

Inside the tiny IC, there is an even smaller module, which is the IP core. DMP's technology focuses on “graphics IP cores”, which perform graphics rendering and constitute a major part of embedded semiconductor chips.

An IP core is created by writing functionality into a hardware description language, and then integrating it as a pattern of a customer's LSI chip.

Integrated Circuit (LSI)
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