Toshiba announces launch of new application processor called ‘TZ1201XBG’ at CES 2016! The application processor is the latest addition to the Toshiba ApP Lite family and was designed for wearable devices.
Today Toshiba announced they will launch a new application processor at CES 2016. The application processor is called ‘TZ1201XBG’. The application processor has been designed for wearable devices and the Internet of Things (IoT).
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The new processor will become part of the Toshiba ApP Lite family after its launch. Mass production of the TZ1201XBG ApP Lite processor will begin by summer 2016 after its showcase at CES.
The all new TZ1201XBG provides the capabilities of an ARM Cortex-M4F processor. The processor can actively execute current consumption of 78-microamps per megahertz (MHz).
The number is for current normal operation mode. The processor boasts a 200mAh battery and can work with power management software for about one week. All the while the processor is in the pulse measurement applications.
The 2D graphics accelerator of the TZ1201XBG can reduce CPU utilization and power dissipation. Thus enabling smooth functioning of the graphical user interface (GUI).
All the features ensure customers enjoy their graphics experience. The TZ1201XBG also incorporates interfaces which support external memory ICs.
ICs supported by the processor include SPI NOR, SPI NAND. The capabilities provide designers with the flexibility. The flexibility allows users to select suitable memory ICs and capacities for their devices.
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CES is the ultimate gathering place for those thriving on consumer technology business. The CES 2016 is organized by the CTA and will consist of more than 3600 exhibitors. The convention will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada from the 6th to the 9th of January, 2016.