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2003-01-24 NEC microcontroller obtains high EEMBC approval
NEC Electronics America Inc.'s V850ES/SA2 microcontroller has received high scores for performance in automotive/industrial benchmark tests conducted by the EEMBC.
2012-03-21 EEMBC releases open source Android benchmark
The new open source benchmark aims to give engineers and end users a way to measure the performance of Android-based systems.
2003-07-29 DCT supports EEMBC Java Benchmark Group
Digital Communication Technologies is the latest Java player to join the EEMBC's group that has developed the benchmarks for Java J2ME implementations.
2004-08-12 AMCC joins EEMBC
PowerPC processors supplier Applied Micro Circuits Corp.'s Embedded Products Group has joined Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC).
2013-05-28 Volkswagen to lead working group for automotive MCUs
Being chaired by Volkswagen, the working group includes Freescale, Fujitsu, Infineon, Microchip, NXP, Renesas, STMicroelectronics, and Texas Instruments.
2004-05-01 Get Faster, Quicker!
This technical article discusses the growth of microprocessor SIMD engines in embedded applications.
2005-03-01 Generating event-based system power simulation
To enable research in power computing, a simulation infrastructure that allows accurate power and performance for programs and operating systems is needed
2013-08-08 Floating point benchmark suite for multi-core processors
The FPMark benchmark suite contains single (32bit) and double (64bit) precision workloads, as well as a mixture of small to large data sets to support microcontrollers to high-end processors.
2005-07-01 Cores ace networking benchmarks
Tensilica tops the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium suites for network processors.
2014-06-19 Snapdragon loses to Samsung in Android benchmark
The new Android device benchmarking tool from EEMBC reveals that Samsung's Exynos performs better than Qualcomm's Snapdragon in Android devices.
2009-05-12 NXP Cortex-M3 MCU bags highest performance stamp
The Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC) has announced that NXP's LPC1700 series is the highest performance Cortex-M3 MCU.
2004-11-11 Microprocessor consortium to add energy spec
In a move to address the growing importance of power and energy efficiency as a selling point for processors, the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC) plans to add an energy consumption metric to the performance scores it provides for embedded processors tested against its application-focused benchmarks.
2015-03-26 MCU battle: Low power is the name of the game
Using the EEMBC ULPBench power benchmark, introduced last year, MCU vendors have become engaged in a game of leapfrog, announcing new products with ever-improving benchmark results.
2015-03-04 Low-power MCUs set world record in efficiency
Drawing from the strengths of the ARM Cortex-M4 core and its ultra low-power MCU technology, STMicroelectronics introduces the STM32L4 MCU series, which gained the highest score in the EEMBC test.
2014-11-19 Demystifying ULP benchmarks for MCUs
The EEMBC has formed a working group to define and establish a new benchmark that is focused on ultra-low-power applications. This article examines some of the mysteries surrounding this benchmark for MCUs.
2011-08-03 Consortium releases mobile browsing benchmark
The EEMBC has created a benchmark tool for measuring the actual browsing performance of mobile devices.
2013-10-09 Understand low-power MCU benchmarking
Know the advantages and traps of different implementations of ultra-low power.
2005-09-14 STB decoder implements SVP tech
STMicroelectronics unveiled its first silicon devices to implement Secure Video Processor (SVP) technology, the next generation open specification for the protection of digital video content.
2005-09-29 ST rolls new MPEG-2 decoder chips for STBs, DVD recording
STMicroelectronics introduced a new range of MPEG-2 decoder chips for low-cost STBs and DVD recording, which promise to increase the available computing power by over five times compared to earlier devices.
2015-05-05 ST delivers 100 DMIPS DSPs, FPUs at ultra low power (products)
ST has a new architecture for the STM32L4 MCUs to reach best-in-class ultra-low-power figures thanks to its high flexibility.
2008-07-17 Processor packs power-performance punch
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced the MPC8640D, a lower cost, lower power version of the MPC8641D dual core processor.
2005-02-09 Patriot Scientific upgrades development tools
Patriot Scientific announced that it has completed a major upgrade to its development tools.
2007-06-21 New ST MCUs feature high performance gains
STMicroelectronics has released a new set of flash MCUs that promises to deliver optimized system performance.
2007-03-21 MIPS-based platform enables advanced PON apps
MIPS Technologies announced that K-micro is extending its reach into the PON market with the MIPS-based Topaz advanced computing subsystem for SoCs.
2016-02-17 MCUs from ST promise notable performance, power savings
The STM32L4 series achieves 176.70 ULPMark-CP, vaulting over the scores of other major brands, without the help of a buck converter that adds external components such as a coil and capacitor.
2004-05-12 LSI Logic DSP core features dual-ALU, MAC
The ZSP200 DSP core from LSI Logic is designed to meet the increased demand for cost-effective, low-power signal processing solutions.
2009-11-18 Low-cost 32bit MCUs cut code size for 8-/16bit apps
The device takes advantage of low-power design tools, techniques and high-density silicon flash process.
2003-02-12 Java accelerator blends with memories to fit into cellphone
NanoAmp Solutions Inc. claims it has Flash and packaging partners who will make as early as May the combo chips for <$4 premium over the existing memory devices.
2014-09-05 Imagination unveils MIPS I-class IP cores
The I6400 can be implemented across a very wide range of performance, power, and area operating points and achieves high frequencies in aggressive implementations.
2015-10-21 Evaluating real-world MCU energy efficiency
Developing applications based on ultra-low-energy MCUs requires a sharper focus on several considerations. Read this article to learn more.
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