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Latest 32-bit RISC architecture for automotive expands functionality

1/21/2011 05:40 PM EST
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Neo10   1/24/2011 5:25:53 PM
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automotive industry is very lethargic in adopting new technologies and practices because of drawn out design cycles and portfolio protection by supply houses and binding contracts. they are still stuck in the middle ages as far as electronics is concerned.

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DrFPGA   1/22/2011 4:31:48 PM
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It seems like virtual multi-core for embedded might be a good way to go for power sensitive applications. If you can set-up different 'cores' with various power levels for each thread it can be easy to implement a variety of power/performance functions.

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