SuperH

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SuperH

A family of RISC-based microcontrollers and microprocessors from Renesas Technology (www.renesas.com). Originally developed by Hitachi in the early 1990s with models designated as SH-1, SH-2, etc., SuperH cores have been widely used in games, computer peripherals, network devices, consumer appliances and automobiles.
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New features of the SH-5 over the SH-4 family include, the extended data width of the SuperH to 64-bit and the development of the 'SHmedia' set of 32-bit encoded instructions for high-performance multimedia.