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Product category: Intellectual Property Cores
News Release from: ARM | Subject: Toshiba
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 17 July 2007

32bit core answers automotive safety

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Toshiba begins development of automotive controller SoCs based on the ARM Cortex-M3 processor.

Toshiba has licensed the high-performance, low-cost ARM Cortex-M3 processor for use in the automotive controller market, where low power consumption and exceptional system response to interrupts, combined with computational performance and excellent code density are vital Increasingly, developers are migrating to 32bit microcontrollers for high-response, critical control applications, such as those used in the automotive market