Freescale has a large number of embedded sytem-on-chip (SoC) processors, with chips currently built around 4 different cores (e200, e300, e500, and e600). However, they’ve now announced that they will also build customer-specific products (CSPs), mixing and matching their own cores and devices as well as integrating custom logic from customers and third parties. Freescale’s move once more positions them against IBM, which in embedded Power Architecture has focused exclusively on CSPs (after selling off its Power “standard products” to AMCC years ago).

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