M-CORE

M-CORE

A low-power, RISC-based microprocessor from Motorola used in embedded systems. Providing 32-bit registers for data, it uses 16-bit instructions to keep code density small and a 16-bit bus to use lower-cost memory. Introduced in late 1997, the M-CORE chip has been widely deployed in cellphones, PDAs, GPS systems as well as airbags and other automotive control systems.
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"Our STM32 product family holds the leading position among Cortex M-core MCUs because the complete ecosystem of tools from ST and its partners makes the development process easy and fun," said Laurent Desseignes, Microcontroller Ecosystem Marketing Manager, STMicroelectronics.
The controllers are based on a 32-bit ARMA CortexA M-Core processor that is known for high-efficiency MIPS/mW.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 16, 2014-Sonoco-Alcore awarded favorable ruling in German Federal Court of Justice for patent for use of wide-ply board technology for its M-Core Series
Nextly, Mursaleen [25] and Mursaleen and Edely [26] have defined the almost strong regularity of matrices for double sequences and applied these matrices to establish a core theorem and introduced the M-core for double sequences and determined those four dimensional matrices transforming every bounded double sequences x = ([x.sub.jk]) into one whose core is a subset of the M-core of x.
Given a unit disk multicore graph G and a route R = [v.sub.s], ..., [v.sub.d] from source node [v.sub.s] to destination node [v.sub.d], the Routing Speedup (RS) of R is the ratio of message routing time for a network with single-core nodes to the message routing time for a network with M-core nodes:
SST's new family of application specific LPC flash products are designed for use in systems with "legacy-free" or "ISA-free" chipsets made by chipset vendors such as VIA, SiS and others, to store system BIOS and embedded OS/application software in applications including PCs, game consoles, set-top boxes, thin-clients, servers, network boards and other embedded CPU applications (based on PowerPC, M-Core, ARM, MIPs, etc.).
Motorola Inc's M-Core processor core is to be used as the basis for future personal digital assistants developed by Korea's Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute of Korea.
The CYTT21X/31X controllers are based on a 32-bit ARMA Cortex M-Core processor that is known for high-efficiency MIPS/mW.
Nextly, Mursaleen [26] and Mursaleen and Edely [27] have defined the almost strong regularity of matrices for double sequences and applied these matrices to establish a core theorem and introduced the M-core for double sequences and determined those four dimensional matrices transforming every bounded double sequences x = ([x.sub.jk]) into one whose core is a subset of the M-core of x.
EDT, and feature the presentation "Mobility Management - How Companies Are Rethinking Expenses Management, Data Privacy Compliance and Revenue Enablement," by Mike Beals, the COO of M-Core.
Other key products to be exhibited include the M-Core core, a high-performance paper mill core for the printing industry; the Printex core for the textile industry; and a range of products for all served industries, Sonoco-Alcore said.