Freescale has issued a general license for its low-end e200 core to IPextreme, apparently in an effort to compete with ARM9. There are actually a few core variants, ranging from 80 to 150 MHz, and different in features like VLE (Variable Length Encoding, i.e. 16-bit instructions) and SPE (Signal Processing Engine vector instructions) components. It looks like IPextreme will be building custom SoCs (System on a Chip) around the e200. More information is available from Freescale and IPextreme.

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