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StrongARM class ICs
StrongARM information
A collaborative project between Digital Equipment Corporation (later aquired by Compaq, now merged with HP) and Advanced RISC Machines Ltd. (ARM) announced on 1995-02-06 licensing the ARM RISC architecture to Digital Semiconductor for the development of high-performance, low power microprocessors. It was later sold to Intel who continues to produce it today as the XScale.

The StrongARM family of 32-bit RISC products developed under the agreement are faster versions of the existing ARM processors with a somewhat different instruction set. They are targetted at applications such as next-generation personal digital assistants with improved user interfaces and communications; interactive television and set-top products; video games and multimedia edutainment systems with realistic imaging, motion and sound; and digital imaging, including low cost digital image capture and photo-quality scanning and printing.

The SA-110 is the first member of the family, updated as the SA-1110. The SA-1110 is the core for the XScale line used in recent handheld computers.
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   StrongARM SA-110S
   StrongARM SA-110 21281-EB, 233 MHz