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2007-12-04 Freescale expands 8bit S08 MCU line
Freescale has added 30 highly integrated MCUs to its 8bit S08 portfolio for embedded industrial control, consumer appliance and in-vehicle applications.
2006-08-01 Freescale core combines 32bit power, 8bit ease-of-use
Freescale's new ColdFire V1 core promises 32bit performance with the ease-of-use of an 8bit microcontroller at a price point that won't give traditional 8bit designers sticker shock.
2006-09-29 Freescale adds more choices to DSC products
Freescale Semiconductor has beefed-up its 16-bit 56F8000 DSC line with the launching of four new members.
2004-07-28 ESC-Asia, EDA&T-Taiwan a show of island's resilience
Taiwan's design ascend in electronics food chain seems official on the floor of the 4th annual Embedded System Confer-Asia (ESC-Asia) and 12th Electronics Design Automation & Test-Taiwan (EDA&T-Taiwan) Conference & Exhibition (July 28-29, 2004), displaying yet another show of resilience of island's technology prudence in the emerging electronics landscape.
2005-06-08 Embedded controllers simplify migration for cost-sensitive apps
Freescale says its two new ColdFire device families ease the migration to 32bit performance for applications that require low power consumption and flexible integration at an affordable price point
2010-02-19 DSPs integrate improved accelerators, interconnects
Freescale's MSC8155 DSP packs next-generation acceleration and interconnect technologies that boost overall chip performance and enhance the capabilities of broadband wireless base station equipment.
2011-04-07 Development tool for microcontroller
Freescale Semiconductor introduces KwikStik, a development tool for evaluation, developing and debugging, designed for the company's Kinetis line of microcontrollers.
2010-08-19 Debug engine handles 32-bit Power Architecture MCUs
PLS' Universal Debug Engine 2.7 is capable of debugging Freescale's 32b Power Architecture MCUs designed for automotive apps.
2006-09-01 Core charts 8/32bit MCU migration path
With the 68K/ColdFire MCU core, OEMs can now easily upgrade from 8bit to 32bit capability with the same on-chip peripheral functions and tool sets.
2006-04-17 Compatible 8bit, 32bit processors on the way
As more of its customers seek performance headroom, Freescale Semiconductor plans to offer compatible versions of its high-end 8bit and 32bit processors, including software development tools, late this year.
2010-06-10 ColdFire+ MCUs integrate thin-film storage tech
Leveraging on its thin-film storage technology, Freescale has scaled down its ColdFire processors to the 90nm node and over a four-fold shrink to just 5mm? for under a dollar.
2008-03-03 ColdFire evaluation platform supports IEEE 1588
Freescale has teamed up with National Semiconductor, IXXAT and CMX to develop a comprehensive hardware and software evaluation platform designed to support the IEEE 1588 precision timing protocol.
2010-11-12 Car MCUs leverage Power Architecture
Freescale's Qorivva microcontroller families will be built on 55nm NVM process for performance, safety and energy efficiency applications in smart vehicles.
2004-01-14 C-based co-development environment rolls for FPGAs
Startup Impulse Accelerated Technologies Inc. has rolled out its CoDeveloper product, which offers a hardware/software co-development environment for FPGAs.
2005-03-16 Async PowerQuicc II rolls out
Featuring asynchronous performance between the e300 RISC block and the Quicc Engine data path block, Freescale's MPC8360E PowerQuicc II Pro is the first comms processor in the line to support full Layer 3 internetworking functions on-chip.
2006-06-01 ARM suite promises performance gain
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co. Ltd has released its TS-EE series of aluminum electrolytic capacitors, with a rated voltage range of 400V to 450V, and capacitance of 82F to 560F.
2008-04-09 8bit MCUs simplify white goods design
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced three highly integrated 8bit S08AC MCUs that expand the range of flash memory and performance options for cost-sensitive large appliance applications.
2007-09-12 8bit MCUs rev up automotive designs
Freescale Semiconductor has launched a cost-effective 8bit MCU, dubbed the S08QD MCU family, to reduce board space, system cost and power consumption for entry-level automotive applications.
2007-11-16 8bit MCUs combine CAN interface, EEPROM, debug tools
Freescale has unveiled the S08D family of 8bit MCUs, touted to be first to integrate a CAN interface, EEPROM and on-chip emulation/debug tools.
2005-10-28 8bit MCU line from Freescale adds more integration for under $1
Freescale Semiconductor expanded its line of 8-bit MCU chips with the launch of its S08QG family of highly integrated devices.
2009-11-24 8bit MCU enables smart BLDC motor control apps
BLDC motors are growing in consumer, industrial and automotive apps because of their efficiency and reliability.
2009-05-08 8bit LCD MCUs suit industrial, automotive apps
Adding to its growing portfolio of microcontroller solutions for LCD-based applications, Freescale Semiconductor has introduced the MC9S08LG32 MCU family for industrial applications.
2011-09-22 32bit MCUs enable low power apps
Freescale's ARM-based MCUs consume 630?A at CPU speed of 4MHz in low power run mode.
2011-07-01 28nm multicore platform touts up to 24 virtual cores
The QorIQ multicore platform from Freescale integrates a multithreaded 64bit power architecture core and 28nm process technology.
2005-05-04 16-bit digital signal controller targets cost-sensitive apps
Freescale says the price/performance and peripheral capability of its new 56F8000 series of digital signal controllers (DSC) address motor control for appliances, as well as digital power conversion.
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