e2v releases extended reliability versions of Freescale T4 microprocessors

e2v has announced the release of extended reliability versions of Freescale’s T4 series of microprocessors. The high-reliability T4 series of microprocessors, including T4240 (24 virtual cores), T4160 (16 virtual cores) and T4080 (8 virtual cores), will be showcased at this year’s Freescale Technology Forum. Its e6500 Power Architecture™ core, featuring the AltiVec SIMD Engine, is bringing leading edge processing capabilities and makes T4240 the highest performance microprocessor ever released by e2v with computing abilities close to 200Gflop.

Operating in military temperature range -55°C to +125°C, the e2v T4 series offers many connectivity options, with specific calibration performed by e2v to enable high speed interfaces over extended temperature ranges. The series will also be part of e2v’s Semiconductor Lifecycle Management (SLiM™) programme, which guarantees continued support for programmes requiring long-term availability.

Richard Gibbs, President of Semiconductors at e2v, commented, “The e2v extended reliability versions of Freescale’s T4 series are an ideal choice for customers looking for high performance computing in applications where there are harsh and size constrained environments, and where there is limited possibility to effectively cool the electronic board.”

e2v is exhibiting at the Freescale Technology Forum at booth 238. For more info, visit http://www.e2v.com

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