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LSI Logic rolls synthesized ARM1026EJ-S core

Posted: 08 Sep 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:lsi logic? arm1026ej-s? processor core?

LSI Logic Corp. has released what they claim is the industry's first ARM1026EJ-S processor core running at 333MHz in its Gflx 0.11?m technology.

Suitable for communications, storage, and consumer markets, the ARM1026EJ-S core has a 16KB instruction and 16KB data cache and configurable-size of tightly coupled memories. The product includes both a memory management unit (MMU) for operating systems such as Linux and memory protection units (MPU) for designers who don't require virtual addressing capabilities.

The dual-AHB (advanced high performance bus) interfaces work in either 64-bit or 32-bit mode, allowing customers the flexibility to select between 64-bit and 32-bit AMBA bus implementations.

Additionally, the ARM1026EJ-S is provided with a complete CoreWare subsystem, which includes a full CPU subsystem with all the necessary peripherals to allow customers using an OS like Linux to immediately start development of their application software. All CoreWare subsystems are pre-verified and provide a full set of deliverables for easy integration by the end customer.

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