Intel i960

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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 primarily for military applications, MIL-STD-1750A devices were not built in the quantities of the commercial-based Intel 80960 or MIPS R3000.