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Samsung rolls SIP processor

Posted: 07 Feb 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Samsung electronics? sip processor? stacking processor? s3c2410?

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has introduced what it claims to be industry's first system-in-package (SIP) stacking processor with integrated NAND Flash and SDRAM memories for next-generation mobile phones and other handheld applications.

Measuring 17-by-17-by-1.4mm, the SIP integrates the company's S3C2410 ARM-based application processor, 256MB of NAND Flash memory, and 256Mb of SDRAM memory.

The S3C2410 is claimed to be world's first SoC to have a NAND Flash boot loader. It features an ARM920T CPU core operating at 203MHz and includes USB host and device support, as well as SDIO support.

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