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January 11, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Hitachi and its two partners, Fujitsu and Mitsubishi Electric yesterday unveiled the fruits of their joint development effort to come up with a 32-bit microprocessor and support chips optimised for Tron, The Real-time Operation Nucleus. The Gmicro/200 part integrates some 730,000 transistors, and is due to be available in July. The Fujitsu contribution is three key support chips – the Direct Memory Access Controller, the Interrupt Request Controller and the TAGM tag memory chip for configuring the cache for holding temporary data at interrupts. Mitsubishi will add a cache controller to the set by year-end.

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