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2 watts (maximum) -- Operating frequency: 133MHz -- On-chip cache: Instruction cache: 8KB (2-way) Data cache: 4KB (2-way) Burst refill and locking functions -- Memory Controller: SRAM: Supports 8 channels of SDRAM, Flash (DIMM), SGRAM or SMROM memory ROM: Supports 8 channels of ROM, page mode ROM, MROM, EPROM, EEPROM SRAM, Flash, and I/O devices -- Timer/Counter: 3-channel 24-bit up-counter, interval and watchdog, 3 external (multiplexed) timer output pins, external input clock -- Interrupt Controller -- PCI Controller: 32-bit, 33 MHz.
While SRAM and MROM cards will grow significantly in the next few years, their market share will be diminished by flash memory cards further into the future.
SMA has also developed a line of MROM Miniature cards.
After code release our MROM modules can be used to reduce cost in volume production.
supports the requirements of the North American marketplace with a broad range of standard and low-power semiconductor solutions, including RISC and CISC microprocessors and embedded controllers, ASICs, LCD drivers/controllers, DRAMs, SDRAMs, DRAM modules, SGRAMs, SRAMs, Ferroelectric RAM devices, Flash memories, Flash cards, EEPROMs, MROMs, optoelectronic devices, cable/data modem ICs, hard disk drive ICs, and wireless communications components.
supports the requirements of the North American marketplace with a broad range of standard and low power semiconductor solutions, including DRAMs, DRAM modules, SGRAMs, SRAMs, Ferroelectric RAM devices, Flash memories, Flash cards, EEPROMs, MROMs, ASICs, RISC and CISC microprocessors and embedded controllers, LCD drivers/controllers, optoelectronic devices, cable/data modem ICs, hard disk drive ICs, and wireless communications components.