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Introduction to 80X86 Assembly Language and Computer Architecture, 3rd Edition
offers a supplemental text to instructors who want to give students hands-on experience with the Intel 80x86 architecture or use the book as a stand-alone text for an assembly language course.
The ECSP has reportedly been proven to work on the Freescale MPC750 PowerPC boards and the Intel 80x86 architectures.
Written for experienced programmers, the book provides an overview of 80x86 and PowerPC assembly language.
A nice introduction to real-time operating systems using examples on 80X86 processors.
Intel used the strategy of trying to convince users that the trend in its 80X86 semiconductor technology would be to close the price/performance gap between CISC and RISC in the near future, while retaining software compatibility (Molina 1993).
The fact that hardware evolves is perhaps not surprising in and of itself, after all, the Intel 80x86 "species" evolved from a mere 29,000 transistors in 1978 (the 8086) to 7,500,000 transistors in 1997 (the Pentium II), not to mention the many functionalities that have been added over the years.
Intra-architectural competition has also been present, with AMD and Cyrix introducing clones of one of the dominant architectures (the Intel 80x86 architecture).
Two principal lines of microprocessors are evaluated--the 80x86 line, including clones, and the 680x0 line, including follow-on Powerpc microprocessors.
Remarkably, the 8086 is still with us, buried deep in all succeeding Intel 80x86 instruction sets.
KADAK's AMX RTOS, KwikNet TCP/IP Stack and KwikPeg GUI are ready for use with a wide range of software development tools for PowerPC(R), 68K, ColdFire(R), 80x86, MIPS, ARM, Thumb and StrongARM processors.
When asked about the type of configuration of hardware, all of the reporting ISEs (100%) indicated that hardware based on the Intel 80X86 processor was the standard for personal workstations in their companies.