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Part Number: TMS320DM8148
Hello, TI Experts,
Our customer sent us a question about Processing performance between DM8148 and AM5728.
They are planning to use AM5728 for next product.
And their current mass-production system uses DM8148.
So, they are investigating how much rise the AM5728 ARM processing performance from DM8148.
And they found related wiki as below;
Is it OK to refer "am335x-evm" as the ARM-A8 performance of DM8148(1GHz) in Linux Kernel System Benchmarks on this wiki?
They thought the ARM-A8 performance is not so different between AM3358(1GHz) on "am335x-evm" and DM8148(1GHz).
If there are any comment/notice, please tell us.
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In reply to Pavel Botev:
Thank you very much for your kindness.
This information is very helpful!
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