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Intel i960

(processor)
A superscalar 32-bit RISC microprocessor from Intel intended for embedded applications.

The i960 CA variant can reach 66 native MIPS peak performance with a sustained execution of two instructions per clock cycle. The i960 CF has an on-chip, four kilobyte two-way set-associative instruction cache and a one kilobyte data cache. Both the CA and CF processors have on-chip RAM; a four-channel DMA unit; and integrated peripherals.
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More than two-thirds of a product's cost is decided at the design stage," adds the co-author (with David Budde) of The 80960 Microprocessor Architecture.
An Intel 80960 RISC processor running a proprietary real-time operating system called Fluent-Streams schedules tasks and syunchronizes multiple audio and video data streams.
The processor was developed by Hughes around Intel's 80960 32-bit CPU chip.
Popular RISC chips available today include Motorola's 88000 series, Intel's 80960 and i860 and MIPS Computer Systems' (Sunnyvale, CA) R series.
Rather, the choice has been narrowed down to two families -Intel's 80960 architecture and MIPS's R3000 architecture.
Developed in cooperation with Intel, the new PLX PCI9080 chip, the first PCI chip to implement the I20 specification, is now being designed into a number of server- and client-side computing products such as 100 base Ethernet and Ultra SCSI adapters which employ Intel's popular 80960 processor family.
Intel plans to upgrade the current 80960 PCI Software Development Kit (SDK) to include the I2O-ready PCI9080.