August 21, 2008

"Post-RISC" core gains Linux support

TimeSys announced general availability of a LinuxLink subscription for an ultra low-powered "post-RISC" (reduced instruction set computer) processor core from Tensilica. The subscription supports Tensilica's Diamond Standard 232L, touted as out-performing ARM9, while being the "lowest-powered licensable 32-bit core that supports Linux."

Link: LinuxDevices.com

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