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Topic: Freescale

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QorIQ P5040 Reference Design Board
Posted by: Trizt on Saturday, August 31, 2013 - 07:43
Submitted by Trizt
It's been a while since something interesting Power architecture was released, but maybe we have something now from Freescale, had been interesting to see some cool MorphOS implementation ;)

The QorIQ P5040 reference design board (P5040-RDB) is a flexible system that supports the quad-core P5040 processor. With frequencies scaling to 2.2 GHz and rich input/output (I/O) mix, the P5040-RDB is intended for development of enterprise and data center networking, telecom and industrial applications, where its high-performance, high-efficiency cores and integration make it very well suited as a multicore control plane processor.

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Freescale Unveils Versatile Multi-core Processor
Posted by: ironfist on Tuesday, May 22, 2007 - 09:03
Submitted by ironfist
Freescale unveils versatile multi-core processor for telematics, consumer and industrial applications
Low-power system-on-chip device combines Power Architectureâ„¢ technology with integrated 3D graphics and multimedia acceleration cores

MPC5121e Signature Graphic

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First Picture of 8641D Board 'Argo Navis'
Posted by: ironfist on Sunday, March 18, 2007 - 10:58
Submitted by ironfist
Yesterday, Bill and Raquel showed us a picture of the 'Argo Navis' motherboard. This motherboard is based on the Freescale MPC8641D dual core 32-bit PowerPC CPU. They tell us this board will be the base of the Pegasos 8641D.

What we can see in the picture is:
CPU with 40 mm fan mounted on the side of heat sink - obviously to make it fit in 1U cases
4x DDR2 slots
1x PCIe
2x PCI
ULi Southbridge
4x SATA2
1x PATA

Read more details of the Pegasos 8641D here.


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Open Client (Plus) Freescale Product Pages
Posted by: ironfist on Friday, March 09, 2007 - 16:28
Submitted by ironfist
Freescale's website has been updated with the product pages for the two complete EFIKA systems Open Client and Open Client Plus. Yesterday Pegasos.org was first to announce the availability of complete EFIKA systems from Freescale and today we give you the direct links to the pages.

Open Client - 599 USD
Open Client Plus - 649 USD

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Freescale Starts to Sell Complete EFIKA Systems
Posted by: ironfist on Thursday, March 08, 2007 - 16:11
Submitted by ironfist
Freescale has started listing complete EFIKA systems named Open Client and Open Client Plus. The information pages of each product are not yet complete, but they are listed in the price lists.

Click 'Read more' for details of the systems.


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Freescale Semiconductor Agreed to $17.6 Billion Offer
Posted by: ironfist on Saturday, September 16, 2006 - 07:38
Submitted by ironfist
Freescale Stockholders Offered $40 per Share in Cash

AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 15, 2006--Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. (NYSE: FSL) (NYSE: FSL.B), a global leader in the design and manufacture of embedded semiconductors for wireless, networking, automotive, consumer and industrial markets, announced today that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement to be acquired by a private equity consortium in a transaction with a total equity value of $17.6 billion. The consortium is led by The Blackstone Group, and includes The Carlyle Group, Permira Funds and Texas Pacific Group.

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Freescale Unveils PowerQUICC(TM) III Processor Architecture
Posted by: ironfist on Tuesday, July 25, 2006 - 18:24
Submitted by ironfist
Freescale Unveils PowerQUICC(TM) III Processor Architecture for Next-Generation, Application-Aware Networks

ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 24, 2006--Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE:FSL) (NYSE:FSL.B)
Highly Integrated, Multicore MPC8572 Family Built on Power Architecture(TM) Technology Designed to Enhance Network Efficiency, Performance and Security.

Click 'Read more'.


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