VeriSilicon's GC7000UL-VX is targeted at ADAS applications that require integration of vision and graphic processing in one IP.
VeriSilicon Holdings Co. Ltd has revealed that Shenzhen Goke Semiconductor Co. Ltd (SGKS) has selected the VeriSilicon Vivante GC7000UL-VX for the SGKS6802X advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) chip.
SGKS’s 6802X is an SoC with heterogeneous computing units, including a programmable vision GPU and hardware-implemented functions for ADAS applications. According to VeriSilicon, the SGKS6802X is also a highly cost-effective, high-performance single-chip solution for graphics & image recognition and processing with a wide range of interfaces to enable ADAS for mass-market products. The company said that the GC7000UL-VX is suitable for ADAS products with deep and efficient integration of vision and graphic processing in one IP that provides comprehensive and unified software stack support including OpenVX, OpenCV, OpenCL, OpenGL ES 3.1, and Vulkan1.0.
“We selected VeriSilicon’s Vivante Vision GPU IP after extensive evaluations because of its highly-parallel architecture, highly-scalable performance and extremely low power, compact silicon area,” said Chengjin Yang, CEO of SGKS.