The ARM1136J-S™ embedded processor core has been selected as winner of the 2003 EDN Innovation of the Year Award in the Microprocessor category. EDN's award winners were announced at the 13th Annual Innovation of the Year awards' ceremony at the Pan Pacific Hotel, San Francisco, on April 22, 2003. The awards' program honors innovative engineering professionals and products in the electronics industry. The EDN Innovation of the Year award recognizes unique, state-of-the-art electronics products in 13 major product categories.
The ARM1136J-S core is a synthesizable, 32-bit embedded microprocessor core that can be implemented across a range of applications where performance and power consumption are the most critical design factors. The core represents a number of significant advances in 32-bit embedded microprocessor design and incorporates unique methodologies to increase processor throughput while capping power consumption to enable effective use in battery-powered devices.
|Who:||ARM [(LSE: ARM); (Nasdaq: ARMHY)], is the industry's leading provider of 16/32-bit embedded RISC microprocessor solutions. The company licenses its high-performance, low-cost, power-efficient RISC processors, peripherals and system-chip designs to leading international electronics companies. ARM also provides comprehensive support required in developing a complete system. ARM's microprocessor cores are rapidly becoming a volume RISC standard in such markets as portable communications, hand-held computing, multimedia digital consumer and embedded solutions. More information on ARM is available at http://www.arm.com.|
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