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STMicro Nomadik family certified by Microsoft's Windows CE 5.0

Posted: 12 May 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:nomadik? mobile multimedia processors? board support package? windows ce 5.0?

STMicroelectronics disclosed that its Nomadik family of mobile multimedia application processors and associated board support package (BSP) has been certified by Microsoft Corp. to work with Windows CE 5.0. ST's Nomadik family of processors are optimized to take full advantage of the powerful and flexible Windows CE 5.0 operating system by featuring ultra-low power consumption, high performance, low cost, easy application development, and scalability. The related BSP includes a boot loader, configuration files, and device drivers for using a Nomadik processor on a standard development board.

Certification of the Nomadik processor family and its BSP by Microsoft carries the benefit of assuring that the processors and the BSP meet the Windows CE 5.0 operating system requirements and therefore will be more readily accepted by customers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Inclusion in this elite group of processors makes Nomadik a marketable quality assurance point and provides positive industry exposure.

The Nomadik family of application processors comprises the original award winning STn88001 and three recent additions, the STn8810, STn8811, and STn8812. The STn8811 builds on the STn8800 with improved video and audio performance, advanced power management features, and a comprehensive security framework to protect sensitive data. The STn8811 and STn8812 add 256 and 512Mb of SDRAM, respectively, as well as 512Mb of NAND flash memory without increasing the chip footprint, thanks to advanced chip-stacking package technology.

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