Monday, August 27, 2007

NEC Electronics unveils ARM processor Cores for Networking

NEC Electronics unveiled two 32-bit ARM processor cores that can be used with its system-on-chip (SoC) design methodology to develop high-speed solutions for networking, wireless, digital consumer, imaging, storage, automotive and industrial applications.

NEC Electronics describes its90-nanometer (nm), 700 MHz (931 MHz under nominal process conditions) dual-core implementation of the ARM11 MPCore multicore processor as the highest-performing ARM processor core on the market, and its ARM926EJ-S processor core as the industry's fastest at 130 nm, clocking in at 400 MHz (532 MHz under nominal process conditions).

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