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Product category: Intellectual Property Cores
News Release from: ARC International | Subject: ARC 600
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 16 October 2003

Configurable processor optimises speed
and power

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The new ARC 600 architecture is claimed as the industry's smallest and lowest power RISC/DSP-based 32bit configurable processor.

The new ARC 600 architecture is claimed as the industry's smallest and lowest power RISC/DSP-based 32bit configurable processor The architecture offers designers high-speed operation, low power and enhanced DSP functionality in a small footprint

In its base-case RISC-only configuration, the ARC 600 architecture core is 50 to 85% smaller than processors in its class and consumes up to 50% less power.

With the ARC 600's configurability and extendibility, designers have the necessary tools to balance the processor's speed, area, and power to develop an op