Advanced MPC8535E processor adds to Freescale's portfolio of energy-efficient PowerQUICC® III devices
The MPC8535E is a highly integrated SoC based on the e500 V2 core, built on Power Architecture(TM) technology, along with 32 KB of instruction and data cache and 512 KB of Level 2 cache. It is available in speed grades up to 1.25 GHz and helps lower system costs by integrating key interfaces and peripherals including DDR2 & DDR3 support, three PCI Express® controllers configurable x8, SD/MMC memory, as well as SATA, dual-USB, I2C, SPI and legacy PCI bus technologies.
The MPC8535E is pin- and package-compatible with the MPC8536E, thereby providing a migration path should future designs require additional performance and peripherals.
The MPC8535E has been identified as a Freescale Energy Efficiency product whose implementation of energy- or power- management technologies and/or performance within a specified energy budget over the life of the application is optimal or best-in-class.
The MPC8535E is now sampling at a suggested resale price of $60 (USD) for 10K quantities. To learn more about MPC8535E, go to www.freescale.com
Freescale Halbleiter Deutschland GmbH
Freescale Semiconductor is a global leader in the design and manufacture of embedded semiconductors for the automotive, consumer, industrial and networking markets. The privately held company is based in Austin, Texas, and has design, research and development, manufacturing or sales operations around the world. www.freescale.com
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