ColdFire


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ColdFire

A family of CPU chips from Motorola. Based on Motorola's 68K architecture, more than 50 million ColdFire chips have been used in a variety of embedded systems including printers, digital audio devices and industrial control applications.
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We look forward to seeing what developers can do when they combine ABAX 3PLDs with our 32-bit ColdFire processor core and its world-class development tools.
ColdFire MCF5272 is a RISC-architecture processor with the following features among others: big-endian integer representation, no floating-point arithmetic, and no MMU.
Using the iDigi Connector, an open interface for any type of device, Kinetis and ColdFire customers now have immediate access to both a web and mobile applications development platform and world class device management functionality.
This allows designers to move between ColdFire devices with differing voltages or to other microcontroller families without changing power supply design.
Freescale's ColdFire embedded controllers have served as the main processor for key functions such as graphic rendering, network interface and multi-window video display.
ColdFire+ MCUs are built upon Freescale's strong heritage of 32-bit MCU development and the new families are the next step in the evolution of ColdFire architecture.
For embedded Linux OS developers planning to leverage the newest ColdFire architectures, Metrowerks offers CodeWarrior Development Studio for ColdFire ISA, Linux Platform Edition.
Freescale Semiconductor is expanding its ColdFire licensing program by offering its 32-bit V4 ColdFire core to the embedded community through IPextreme, a semiconductor technology licensing specialist.
The newest version of CodeWarrior Development Studio for ColdFire Architectures is designed to support the Motorola MCF5282, the first 32-bit microcontroller (MCU) that provides on-chip Ethernet and Controller Area Network (CAN) networking interfaces plus 512K of embedded flash memory.
UPPSALA, Sweden -- IAR Systems today announced that Freescale MQX Software Solutions has been integrated together with IAR Embedded Workbench, to provide a reliable and powerful development tool suite for embedded applications running on Freescale's ColdFire devices.
ColdFire MCF5407 Microprocessor Soft Modem Reference Design Features The free soft modem reference design features: -- Full schematics detailing the hardware design and software development -- Detailed applications note -- Soft modem application software available in optimized source code Key Features of the ColdFire MCF5407 Microprocessor -- V4 ColdFire processor core with Harvard memory architecture and branch cache acceleration logic -- 316 (Dhrystone 2.
ColdFire+ MCUs build upon Freescale's strong heritage in 32-bit microcontrollers and signify the next step in the evolution of ColdFire.