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AMI Semiconductor has selected the ARM architecture for a new range of programmable automotive electronics solutions.
AMI Semiconductor has selected the ARM architecture for a new range of programmable automotive electronics solutions AMIS has licensed two ARM7 family processors to develop industry-specific solutions that will help improve driver information, in-car entertainment, body electronics and passenger safety
This article was originally published on Electronicstalk on 8 Nov 2004 at 8.00am (UK)
Development of Java card uses secure technology
Embedded with a multi-tasking kernel, DNP's Java Card OS can run real-time multiple applications, on a priority basis, with maximum security.
Developer kit accelerates 32bit designs
The ARM RealView developer kit for STMicroelectronics is a complete, cost-effective development and debug product for design engineers using STMicroelectronics' general-purpose 32bit MCU products.
The intelligent, low-cost, high-performance ARM7TDMI and ARM7TDMI-S microprocessors will enhance silicon solution