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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Core Modules from Netburner use a 32-bit Freescale ColdFire processors, and a typical module includes Flash memory, SDRAM, and an Ethernet connection along with a variety of I/O ports.
* Support for Freescale ColdFire microprocessors and an evaluation bundie with QNX operating system support
Providing a tool for designers developing a system based upon a Freescale ColdFire microcontroller, features include a data model for near relative addressing as well as additional C-SPY debugger support for P&E microcomputer Cyclone Pro and Cyclone Max and Flash loader drivers.