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The XScale core is used in a number of microcontroller families manufactured by Intel and Marvell, notably:
 
The XScale core is used in a number of microcontroller families manufactured by Intel and Marvell, notably:
  
    * Application Processors (with the prefix PXA). There are four generations of XScale Application Processors, described below: PXA210/PXA25x, PXA26x, PXA27x, and PXA3xx.
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* Application Processors (with the prefix PXA). There are four generations of XScale Application Processors
    * I/O Processors (with the prefix IOP)
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**PXA210
    * Network Processors (with the prefix IXP)
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**PXA25x
    * Control Plane Processors (with the prefix IXC).
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**PXA26x
    * Consumer Electronics Processors (with the prefix CE).
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**PXA27x
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**PXA3xx
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* I/O Processors (with the prefix IOP)
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* Network Processors (with the prefix IXP)
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* Control Plane Processors (with the prefix IXC).
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* Consumer Electronics Processors (with the prefix CE).
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Latest revision as of 19:24, 10 February 2008

The XScale core is used in a number of microcontroller families manufactured by Intel and Marvell, notably:

  • Application Processors (with the prefix PXA). There are four generations of XScale Application Processors
    • PXA210
    • PXA25x
    • PXA26x
    • PXA27x
    • PXA3xx
  • I/O Processors (with the prefix IOP)
  • Network Processors (with the prefix IXP)
  • Control Plane Processors (with the prefix IXC).
  • Consumer Electronics Processors (with the prefix CE).