Last fall, Freescale announced the 8641D, which is a system-on-a-chip (“SoC”) containing two e600 (a.k.a. 7448 or “G4”) cores, and last week at the Ottawa Linux Symposium they finally had a board available for demonstrations. Now Freescale has announced another dual-core SoC, the 8572, this one based on the e500 core. The 8572 will also feature fancy hardware peripherials that can do network packet filtering, cryptographic acceleration, and more. No mention was made of availability dates.

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