Renesas details next-gen CPU architecture

Taylor, Colleen
May 2007
Electronic News;5/28/2007, Vol. 53 Issue 22, p17
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the plan of Renesas Technology Corp. to develop a central processing unit (CPU) architecture revealed at the In-Stat Microprocessor Forum in the U.S. The company stated that it will offer two CPUs to address 16-bit and 32-bit markets while maintaining compatibility with its existing microcontrollers (MCUs). Renesas aims to reduce code size by 30% and CPU power dissipation by 50% with the architecture.


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