Broadcom's low-power mobile multimedia processor architecture

Announcement / Release
around 2000
Birth Place
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland


VideoCore is a low-power mobile multimedia processor architecture originally developed by Alphamosaic Ltd and now owned by Broadcom. Its two-dimensional DSP architecture makes it flexible and efficient enough to decode (as well as encode) a number of multimedia codecs in software, while maintaining low power usage. The semiconductor intellectual property core (SIP core) has been found so far only on Broadcom SoCs.

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