ARM610

ARM610

(processor)
A 32-bit RISC microprocessor based on the ARM6 processor core designed by Advanced RISC Machines Ltd.

The ARM610 is the successor to the ARM3 processor and is produced by VLSI Technology Inc. It consumes 500mW at 33MHz with a 5V supply.
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Under terms of the agreement, Samsung will embed ARM6, ARM7 and ARM610 RISC technology in products to be jointly developed by Samsung and ARM for emerging markets where computing, communications and consumer electronics converge.
The ARM610 RISC microprocessor features a 32-bit data bus and a 32-bit address bus, an on-chip memory management unit, a 4K-byte mixed cache and a write buffer.
Samsung had previously licensed the ARM6, ARM610 and ARM7 RISC technologies.
VLSI) today announced a design win for their enhanced ARM610 32-bit RISC processor in the new Motorola Marco(R) Wireless Communicator.
Powered by VLSI's enhanced ARM610 32-bit RISC processor plus a Motorola microcontroller, the Marco communicator provides full Newton platform compatibility as well as integrates two-way, wide-area wireless communications in a battery-operable, hand-held form factor.