New chips using AVR architecture

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Seems there's a new chip company using the AVR architecture in their chips...

http://www.systemsemi.com/m3000-...

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Very cool, Kartman -- the mixed signal capabilities look nice. Thanks for the link!

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Kartman wrote:
Seems there's a new chip company using the AVR architecture in their chips...

http://www.systemsemi.com/m3000-...

This device, especially in 160 pin QFP form looks very useful for this specialized market.

I did a bit more research and the company has press releases back to 2002 and first announced an AVR-based chip in 2006. Take a look at their press release history.

--Mike

Last Edited: Thu. Jan 31, 2008 - 10:27 AM
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Ou, I didn't know atmel licensed their core to someone else... Nice :-)

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