Innovative ...P cores uses MIPS IV architecture

Granville, Fran; Levy, Markus
March 1998
EDN;03/13/98, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p11
Trade Publication
Focuses on the VR5400 ...P-core family with the million instructions per second (MIPS) architecture, co-developed by the Sandcraft in Sunnyvale, California and the NEC company. Features of the device; Indepth look at the device's design; Comparison of the VR54OO to the R5000.


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