via reader Chris Aycock from HPCAnswers.com
Stream Processors, Inc. has just come out of stealth mode. They make a stream-processing digital signal processor. The chip contains two MIPS cores (one for Linux-level tasks and IO; the other for real-time DSP work) in addition to a “data parallel unit” that can offload hefty tasks with VLIW and SIMD. Software for this package is developed with stream programming in C through the RapiDev suite.
More info on the company at their website.