SA-110

SA-110

(processor)
The first member of the StrongARM family resulting from the architecture license agreement between Digital Equipment Corporation and Advanced RISC Machines Ltd. (ARM), developer of the ARM 32-bit RISC architecture.

The SA-110 combines ARM's low-power architecture with Digital's processor design and CMOS process expertise, and is targetted at embedded consumer electronics products.
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This advanced architecture features a Strong ARM SA-110 RISC processor, 1 GB of cache memory (with an advanced set of caching algorithms), internal 32-bit and 64-bit PCI busses and an advanced multi-tasking controller operating system.
The RS-62 RAID controller architecture features a Strong ARM SA-110 RISC processor, 1 GB of cache memory (with an advanced set of caching algorithms), internal 32-bit and 64-bit PCI busses and an advanced multi-tasking controller operating system.
The RocketSTOR 2000 RAID controllers are based upon Zzyzx' new RS-62 core RAID controller architecture that features a high performance StrongARM SA-110 RISC processor, an advanced set of caching algorithms, along with internal 32-bit and 64 bit PCI busses.
The new board is also able to accommodate a module with four StrongARM(R) SA-110 processors architected for use with Telogy's GoldenPort software, which enables carrier-class equipment to offload voice, fax and V.
The StrongARM microprocessor family is composed of the SA-110 and SA-1100 processors and the SA-1101 companion chip.
The PC-TEL PCT388/PCT301 chip set, which supports the Intel SA-1100 and SA-110 processors, includes an integrated silicon Data Access Arrangement (DAA) and Codec.
s StrongARM SA-110 processor will be integrated onto Puma.
ISI's pSOSystem for ARM is a complete RTOS for embedded applications to support ARM Architecture, including support for ARM7, ARM7TDMI, ARM710, ARM810, StrongARM(TM) SA-110 and SA-1100 processors, and custom ASICs.
The Digital StrongARM SA-110 provides the highest performance on the market for running the JavaOS, making it the ideal engine for our award-winning Winterm4000 series," said Bruce McGeoch, senior vice president of Engineering and Technology for Wyse.
The StrongARM SA-110 microprocessor, co-developed by ARM and Digital Semiconductor, has the highest published scores for the CaffeineMark 2.
Wyse licensed the JavaOS(TM) from Javasoft and implemented the StrongARM(TM) SA-110 processor from Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) to provide the most robust Java NC on the market.