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April 11, 1996


By CBR Staff Writer

Advanced Micro Devices Inc, Sunnyvale has come out with what looks like just the device to drive low-cost, low-end Internet access terminals. The Elan SC310 microprocessor is described as a highly integrated iAPX-86-compatible AT personal computer system- on-a-chip. The device – $25 a time at 25MHz in high volume – is based on the Am386SXLV microprocessor core, and integrates memory control, power management, an AT bus, 16450 Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter, real-time clock and Phase- Locked Loop – virtually all of the system and peripheral control logic required for AT-compatible computer – on a single chip. It comes in 25MHz and 33MHz versions, runs off 3.3V but does not burn up off 5V, and is fully static. Advanced Micro sees it being used in point-of-sale terminals, industrial control, inventory monitoring, facsimile machines and printers. Samples are out now in a 208-pin plastic quad flat pack.

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