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Product category: Intellectual Property Cores
News Release from: MIPS Technologies | Subject: MIPS32 74K cores
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 29 May 2007

Synthesisable 32bit processors run past

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Next-generation processor core family is based on an innovative embedded microarchitecture.

MIPS Technologies has unveiled its next-generation processor core family based on an innovative embedded microarchitecture The MIPS32 74K cores are the industry's first fully synthesisable 32bit processors to achieve operating frequencies greater than 1GHz in TSMC 65nm process technology

Long-time MIPS licensee Broadcom Corporation was the first to license the 74K core in January as an early access customer-as the company continues to drive next-generation solutions for the business, consumer and service provider markets.

The MIPS-Verified 74K cores are uniquely designed for high-volume applications throughout the digital and connected home, including DTV, set-top boxes, next-generation DVD players/recorders,