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I saw an interesting STmicroelectonics' chip which embed an ARM9 core
and a FPGA, this is the STW21000.

Did someone heard about this chip or an equivalent (B5%proc + FPGA) ?

Where can i buy one or more (less than 10)?

thanks


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Xilinx: Virtex-4 FX family, embeds one or two PowerPC, take a look at
www.Xilinx.com

I suppose ALtera will have a similar porduct, but I am not familiar with it

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Altera has Excalibur, which has an ARM 922T.
But it is not recommended for new products.
(http://www.altera.com/products/devices/excalibur/exc-index.html )
http://www.altera.com/products/devices/arm/overview/arm-overview.html )

Or you can look at Actel solution.
It doesn't have a hard ARM core (not fixed/implemented).
But their tool insert the ARM7 into the design for you.
(http://www.actel.com/products/ip/ARM7.html )

Lattice provide an 8-bit open IP core (not an ARM) for their FPGA/CPLD.
It is a soft core (not fix implemented).
http://www.latticesemi.com/products/devtools/ip/refdesigns/mico8.cfm

Regards,
Joseph

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Atmel has FPSLIC (AVR with FPGA), but the processor is 8bit.
http://www.atmel.com/products/FPSLIC/

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You can buy them at Digi-Key
http://www.digikey.com/
http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Criteria?Ref12%7172&Site=US&Cat32%375548

Tom

Re: SoC embedded FPGA
Altera has NIOS (16-bit) and NIOS II (32-bit) uProc embedded.
It offers performance/low-cost flavors. And allows users to built
custom instructions.

Thanks,


Re: SoC embedded FPGA
Altera has NIOS (16-bit) and NIOS II (32-bit) uProc embedded.
It offers performance/low-cost flavors. And allows users to built
custom instructions.

Thanks,


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