Samsung bares 4-bit/8-bit MCU plans

DeTar, Jim
May 1997
Electronic News;05/26/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2169, p14
Trade Publication
Announces Samsung Semiconductor's introduction of a one-time programmable (OTP) 8-bit microcontroller called the KS88P0916 (OTP)/KS880916 (mask ROM version) on May 26, 1997. Features of the OTP; Strategy behind the move; Objective of the OPT MCU development program; Other products for unveiling under the company's roadmap.


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