CPU Technology Announces High Performance 1750 Family.
Performance ranges from 5 DAIS MIPS to 50 DAIS MIPS, with higher performance available upon request. The cores include an integrated Memory Management Unit (MMU) and are the product of work sponsored by the U.S. Air Force.
CPU Technology is targeting the avionics processor upgrade and replacement markets, where the cores provide a solution to two problems facing users of existing 1750 processors -- performance limitations and restricted availability. Bus units for stand-alone parts are configured to comply with customer requirements. As an option, the processor cores can also be configured to match timing and errata of existing parts. They can be delivered in either a rad-hard or a standard CMOS process.
CPU Technology, Inc. specializes in the research and development of compatible computing solutions. Products and services include Behavioral Verification Technology, a method of validating compatibility, and SystemLab, a virtual system prototyping environment. The company markets its products and services to Fortune 500 companies and the U.S. government. Privately held, CPU Technology was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Pleasanton, California.
Information about CPU Technology and its products and services is available on the World Wide Web. Type http://www.cputech.com at the URL prompt.
CONTACT: CPU Technology
Joan Holewinski, 510/224-9920
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|Date:||Jan 6, 1997|
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