Embedded MPUs in Cell-Based Designs

Worchel, Gerry
November 2002
Electronic News;11/25/2002, Vol. 48 Issue 48, p12
Trade Publication
Reports that embedded processor technology, like many other functions, will find use in the application-specific standard product applications as well as in customer-specific product designs. Difference of embedded processors from standard processor; Forecast for the cell-based, customer-specific, high-complexity embedded processor merchant market; Market that is driving the future growth for the market and technology.


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