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ColdFire® V1 Core from Freescale provides high performance, low power, low gate count (as low as 19K gates), and low cost, and boasts complete hardware development and software tool ecosystems. The ColdFire V1 Core includes an industry standard AMBA AHB interface, optional MAC and hardware divide units to accelerate DSP operations, and an on-chip single-wire debug unit for application software debug. 

ColdFire V1 Core for Altera from Freescale is available free-of-charge from IPextreme, is the same ColdFire V1 processor core implemented in Freescale’s MCF51QExx devices, but delivered to you as a Qsys-ready design, ready for integration in Altera Cyclone® III FPGAs.

The ColdFire V1 Platform is a fully configurable microcontroller subsystem built from the same ColdFire V1 processor IP that is implemented in ColdFire+ family devices from Freescale Semiconductor.

ColdFire V2 Core from Freescale has the same architecture as the ColdFire V1 Core but also includes a cache memory controller and dedicated interfaces for local ROM, SRAM, and an instruction, data, or unified cache. The ColdFire V2 Core also has a higher performance MAC than the ColdFire V1 Core to further accelerate DSP operations, and an on-chip debug unit.

ColdFire V2 Core & Standard Product Platform (SPP) takes you a step further toward building a complete SoC by pre-integrating the ColdFire V2 Core with a complete set of peripherals. The ColdFire V2 Core & SPP includes a Multi-AHB crossbar switch, 10/100 Ethernet controller, QSPI, I2C, DMA controller, 3 UARTs, 4 Timers, Interrupt Controller, Watchdog Timer, and clock disable control for peripherals.

ColdFire V4 Core is a high-performance implementation of the ColdFire architecture, offering over 500 DMIPS of performance. Fully code compatible with ColdFire V1 and V2 devices, the ColdFire V4 architecture offers high-end features such as cache and Memory Management Unit (MMU), plus advanced arithmetic units including hardware divider (DIV), enhanced MAC (EMAC), and an optional Floating Point Unit (FPU).

ColdFire V4 Core & SPP is a complete subsystem, similar to the ColdFire V2 Core & SPP, but built around the ColdFire V4 Core and supported by its own version of the MQX real-time operating system.

Power Architecture e200z1 32-bit Microprocessor from Freescale is ideal for cost-sensitive applications that require an MMU but do not need enhanced DSP support. The e200z1 offers a 4-stage pipeline, 8-entry MMU, single cycle execution for most instruction, a branch prediction unit, and Nexus5001 class 1 debug support.  The e200z1 also has a native AMBA 2 AHB interface for easy integration with AMBA based peripherals.

Power Architecture e200z6 32-bit Microprocessor from Freescale is the high-end member of the e200 microprocessor family. The e200z6 offers a 7-stage pipeline, SIMD and FPU units to eliminate the need for a separate DSP, 32-entry MMU, unified 32-KB, 8-way set-associative cache, branch prediction, and Nexus5001 class 3 debug support. The e200z6 also has a native AMBA 2 AHB interface for easy integration with AMBA based peripherals.

 

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ColdFire V1 Core from Freescale provides high performance, low power, low gate count (as low as 19K gates), and low cost, and boasts complete hardware development and software tool ecosystems. The ColdFire V1 Core includes an industry standard AMBA AHB interface, optional MAC and hardware divide units to accelerate DSP operations, and an on-chip single-wire debug unit for application software debug. 

ColdFire V1 Core for Altera from Freescale is available free-of-charge from IPextreme, is the same ColdFire V1 processor core implemented in Freescale’s MCF51QExx devices, but delivered to you as a Qsys-ready design, ready for integration in Altera Cyclone® III FPGAs.

HCS08 Processor from Freescale is a state-of-the-art, high performance, low-power processor. The HCS08 is in production in hundreds of millions of and thousands of embedded systems are utilizing it.