NXP Semiconductors and ARM, will showcase the recently announced NXP 847x/8x/9x SoC family, which is based on multiple ARM Cortex processors, at CES 2010. The NXP PNX847x/8x/9x (Worst Product name ever!) represents the world's first fully integrated 45nm Set-Top Box (STB) SoC platform incorporating multi-channel broadcast receivers.
The NXP PNX847x/8x/9x utilizes the ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore and ARM Cortex-M3 processors.
Based on the high-performance, power-efficient ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore processor architecture, the NXP PNX847x/8x/9x delivers advanced system level performance for secure, multi-room DVR video streaming on home networks and for fast execution of Java-based STB middleware engines. Combined with NXPs rich set of hardware and DSP-based content decoding technologies, the ARM Cortex-A9 processor, with its comprehensive internet software ecosystem, delivers industry-leading performance for user interface environments based on Adobe Flash and web browser technologies. By adopting the ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore processor for the STB market, NXP also benefits from the comprehensive and expanding ARM ecosystem.
The new NXP PNX847x/8x/9x is currently available in sample quantities.
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