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Old 05-23-2006, 04:21 AM   #1
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LXer: Renesas preps Linux-friendly telematics SoC


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Renesas says it will sample in August a new SoC (system on chip) and development board that support Linux and target telematics and in-vehicle systems. The SH7397 "Euclid" SoC is based on a 300MHz, 32-bit SH-4A SuperH processor, and will double performance of the company's current SH7760 "Camelot" telematics processor, the company says.

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