Powerful claims for core quartet
MIPS Technologies has revealed further details of the highest performing 32bit synthesisable core family within the embedded market.
MIPS Technologies has revealed details of the highest performing 32bit synthesisable core family within the embedded market The disclosure of four new cores, derivatives of the recently introduced MIPS32 24K microarchitecture, will help engineers quickly achieve their SoC design goals by offering a proven path to silicon through optimised front-to-back end methodologies and industry-standard on-chip interconnects
MIPS Technologies also introduced a new version of its SOC-it system controller.
Called SOC-it OCP, this version is optimised for the OCP on-chip interconnect technology developed as the native interface for all 24K cores.