GOPS


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GOPS

(Giga [billion] Operations Per Second) The measurement of instructional performance of a chip or system. It typically refers to DSP operations. See MOPS.
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A DSP using 28nm process technology and running at 250 MHz is able to process 12 GOPS (12 billion operations per second).
The IMAPCAR2 lineup is the successor to NEC's IMAPCAR processors, first introduced August 2006 featuring 128 processing engines (PE), 100 GOPS performance and an image processing rate of 30 frames per second (fps).
Storm-1 SP8-G80 - Targeted signal processing, video, and imaging applications that don't require the cutting edge performance of the SP16, the SP8 delivers significant cost/performance advantages at 80 GOPS.
Detailed in a paper, "A 512 GOPS Stream Processor for Signal, Image and Video Processing," being presented at this year's International Solid State Circuits Conference, SPI's Stream Processor[TM] Architecture combines unmatched levels of DSP performance with a simple and efficient C programming model.
This innovatively configured processor is a massively parallel programmable device*1 featuring tight coupling of 2,048 processing elements and 1Mbit SRAM, and has been confirmed to achieve 40 GOPS (giga operations per second) performance at a 200 MHz clock frequency.
Jan Rabaey of the University of California, Berkeley will lead a panel, "Wireless Platforms: GOPS for Cents and Milliwatts," discussing how data communication has overtaken voice as the main force behind the growth in wireless.