PARIS Dolphin Integration SA, French provider of embedded memories and audio converters in the form of intellectual property cores, has introduced a 32-bit processor for system-on-chip embedded control applications including power management.
Dolphin Integration (Meylan, France) said its APS32 architecture extends the legacy products, the 8-bit Flip8051 and the 16-bit Flip80251, with a first configuration. The FlipAPS32-051H partakes in enabling a range of microcontrollers by including peripherals from the company’s catalog of mixed signal virtual components of IP, the company claimed.
"On the one hand, our platform strategy enables a smooth upward migration from 8051 and 80251, while on the other hand our memory and standard cell offering ensure higher performances as the development platform Pride facilitates application retargeting with a significant gain of silicon area," commented Pauline Buttin, Dolphin's microcontroller marketing manager.
FlipAPS32-051H is licensed jointly by Cortus, French developer of compact, ultra low power 32-bit RISC processors for embedded applications, and Dolphin Integration.