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Kinnar
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re: ARM micros rival Freescale's ColdFire
Kinnar   9/28/2010 5:27:55 PM
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The ARM will be given priority compared to CF as it has got the peripherals which are really the needs of the present day handheld systems. I am considering the major use of these processor in handheld devices.

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re: ARM micros rival Freescale's ColdFire
Kinnar   9/28/2010 5:26:31 PM
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It seems that this article is lacking something, if it is comparing two rivals like ARM Micro and ColdFire, BlackFin shold also be considered in the comparision.

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R_Colin_Johnson   9/28/2010 5:11:25 PM
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Yes, both have evaluation boards and support software: Here is what Freescale says about supporting ARM with "the i.MX28 evaluation kit, multimedia codecs and complete board support packages for Linux and Windows Embedded CE..." More info at: http://www.freescale.com/imx28 Regarding Coldfire Freescale says: "Evaluation and demonstration systems for the MCF5441x family are available now..." More info at: www.freescale.com/MCF5441x.

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Robotics Developer   9/28/2010 4:29:20 PM
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Wow, what a great set of options for designers! Every time I turn around there seems to be another new product line or lower cost increased performance offering being announced. I can't wait to see what these will be used in. Are there evaluation boards available? I can say that much of the effort to migrate to a new platform is mitigated when there are good evaluation boards and software examples.

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