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PowerPC 464 H90 Embedded Core
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Implemented in IBM’s advanced Cu-08 copper technology, the IBM PowerPC 464-H90 is a 32-bit high performance, low-power embedded processor core which is fully compliant with the flexible and scalable Power ISA™ 2.03.

The PowerPC 464-H90 core contains a dual-issue, superscalar, seven stage pipelined processing unit designed to provide 1.0GHz (worst case performance) and 2000 DMIPs performance. Additional functions include memory management, cache control, timers and debug facilities. The processor local bus (PLB) it is fully compatible with the IBM CoreConnect on-chip system architecture, providing the framework to efficiently support system-on-chip (SoC) designs.

The PowerPC 464 H90 core’s performance, power specifications and design attributes make it an ideal solution for emerging wired communications, consumer, storage and embedded computing applications.

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