DMIPS

AcronymDefinition
DMIPSDhrystone MIPS (Million Instructions Per Second)
DMIPSDynamic Microscopic Image Processing Scanner
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The STM32F7 delivers 1082 CoreMark/462 DMIPS executing from embedded Flash with the ST ART Accelerator[TM] at 216 MHz and up to twice the DSP performance without compromising on power efficiency.
The DesignWare ARC 750D host processor, which runs at 1.1 GHz and delivers 1800 DMIPs in an industry standard 40-nanometer (nm) process, is an ideal choice for designers requiring a high-performance, low-power and cost- effective microprocessor to drive Android-based applications.
The SMP8910 provides more than 6,000 DMIPS via a dual-core 1004K MIPS CPU - achieving real-world performance never before possible on a STB SoC.
It operates on a dual-threaded MIPS(R) CPU core running at 450 MHz resulting in over 950 DMIPS in performance.
Both hard cores also feature low power consumption and a typical performance of over 200MHz delivering more than 280 DMIPS.
Microchip's new 24-member PIC32MZ Embedded Connectivity (EC) family of 32-bit MCUs provides class-leading performance of 330 DMIPS and 3.28 CoreMarks[TM]/MHz, along with dual-panel, live-update Flash (up to 2 MB), large RAM (512 KB) and the connectivity peripherals—including a 10/100 Ethernet MAC, Hi-Speed USB MAC/PHY (a first for PIC[R] MCUs) and dual CAN ports—needed to support today's demanding applications.
The multi-core processor reportedly features a 74K core running at 667MHz and providing 1330 DMIPS to enable a wide range of application-based features.
A dual-core 400MHz targeted implementation of ARM11 MPCore processor delivers more than 1,000 DMIPS of aggregate performance while occupying less than 2.1mm2 of silicon and consuming only 230mW, excluding caches.
Featured with 32-bit CPU with processing speed of over 4000 DMIPS, M3701M is proved to outperform other similar solutions currently available on the market in terms of operating and processing power.
Using a MIPS32 24Kc core plus Virage Logic's Area, Speed and Power (ASAP) Logic High-Density (HD) libraries and ASAP Memory HD memories in a TSMC 0.13G process, the companies have produced a tape-out ready design for a 333 MHz processor in 3.7 mm2, consuming 166.5 mW and delivering 480 Dhrystone MIPS (DMIPS) performance-a 34% smaller core consuming 37% less power and delivering 20% higher performance than an ARM 1136J-S running at 333 MHz.
XPedite's 440GX processor offers 1334 DMIPS of processing at 667 MHz, while drawing 4.5W of power.