Benchmark results posted for 208MHz 90nm ARM9

July 2007
Electronics Weekly;7/4/2007, Issue 2295, p7
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The article focuses on the results of the evaluation conducted by the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmarking Consortium (EEMBC) for NXP Semiconductors' LPC3180 microcontroller in Great Britain. EEMBC claims that NXP's microcontroller was the first device to demonstrate the effect of an integrated floating point co-processor. An unexpected result in the evaluation was the decrease of average power, despite the enabling of floating point and instruction cache functions.


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