SA-110

SA-110

(processor)
The first member of the StrongARM family resulting from the architecture license agreement between Digital Equipment Corporation and Advanced RISC Machines Ltd. (ARM), developer of the ARM 32-bit RISC architecture.

The SA-110 combines ARM's low-power architecture with Digital's processor design and CMOS process expertise, and is targetted at embedded consumer electronics products.
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Surprisingly, it was observed that novel molecules (SA-1, SA-3, SA-11, SA-68, SA-110, and SA-111) (Figure 7) from scrutinized 114 compounds were included in top 20 compounds of each tool and showed least bonding energies (Table 5) and effective binding affinity through AutoDock4, AutoDock Vina, and GOLD.
Caption: Figure 7: 2D structure of scrutinized 6 novel molecules: (a) SA-1, (b) SA-3, (c) SA-11, (d) SA-68, (e) SA-110, and (f) SA-111.