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April 28, 1988

SANYO ELECTRIC AIMS AT THE ACORN RISC MACHINE MICROPROCESSOR

By CBR Staff Writer

Sanyo Electric Co’s interest in the Acorn RISC Machine microprocessor, on which it has signed a second source and design agreement with primary supplier VLSI Technology Inc, San Jose, is very specifically for the 32-bit microcontroller market: it sees the low-cost ARM as an ideal embedded processor for use in the automotive industry, for which Sanyo can now offer only 4- and 8 bit microcontrollers.

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