Re: Zilog's new ZNEO info appearing
- From: Jonathan Kirwan <jkirwan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2006 15:14:40 GMT
On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 20:47:02 +1200, Jim Granville
Jonathan Kirwan wrote:
On 9 Aug 2006 22:27:11 -0700, "Eric" <englere_geo@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Jim Granville wrote:
Seems the first expanded info on Zilog's new ZNEO is appearing:
"powerful math functions, 32-bit ALU supporting 8-, 16-, and 32-bit
operations, embedded 32x32 multiply/64x32 divide operations, and 16-bit
bus widths, the ZNEO Z16F delivers a powerful, yet cost effective
This seems very interesting! Zilog typically charges a bit too much for
their MCUs (their Acclaim costs more than many Arms that outperform it
by a wide margin), but the ZNEO prices posted at Mouser seem to be very
competitive. This will be something to watch.
Non-stock, every one. Perhaps prices may change when they actually
get some parts to ship?
Of course - that's because this is 'pre launch web leakage'.
The $99 eval kit shows delivery due late this month, and the devices
show a few more weeks out. (fairly typical new product roll-out)
There is not much point in Mouser playing loose on prices: The buy
button seems to be alive, and stock is shown as on order.
Hehe. Okay. I do wonder, sometimes.
Looks like ZiLOG will be in a position quite similar to Freescale,
who also pitch a "common tool chain", and have a new Coldfire V1 core
'comming', but further out than ZENO.
I'll be looking at the parts, at least. No specific application in
mind, just to be aware for now.
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