Configurable, extensible processor cores run Linux

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Dec 5, 2006 3:34 AM EDT
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Tensilica is shipping two new processor core families based on its "post-RISC" style Xtensa architecture. The LX2 and Xtensa 7 cores are available with MontaVista Linux, and come with tools aimed at helping designers configure interfaces, memory subsystems, and other components, and even extend the architecture with C/C++ application-specific instructions.

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