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December 6, 1993

LSI LOGIC HAS NEW GENERATION OF EMBEDDED MIPS RISC CORES

By CBR Staff Writer

LSI Logic Corp yesterday launched the next generation of its MIPS Technologies Inc RISC family for ASIC and embedded control applications, based on a new CPU core that is 50% faster – the 5V version has peak performance of 50 MIPS, the 3.3V 35 MIPS, and 70% smaller than its predecessor. The new CW33300 core can be used with other off-the-shelf cores from the Milpitas, California chipmaker, such as input-output and bus interfaces, cache memory, graphics engines and compression protocols – to design high-performance, systems-on-a-chip. The new MIPS Technologies portfolio includes embedded controllers, development tools and the Turbo Rocket evaluation board. No prices or availability details were given.

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