S+core


S+core is a hybrid 32/16-bit instruction set architecture designed by Sunplus Technology

Contents

  • 1 S+core architecture
  • 2 Company information
  • 3 Products featuring Sunplus integrated circuits
    • 31 SPG S+core
    • 32 SPLB31A/GPLB31A 8502 8-bit
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

S+core architectureedit

The 32-bit microarchitecture features Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture AMBA support and includes SJTAG for In-circuit emulation It is implemented on the Sunplus SPG290 system-on-a-chip SoC1

It is supported by the Linux kernel since version 26322

Company informationedit

Sunplus Technology is a fabless design company based in Taiwan The company's chief executive is Sun Ching-jie3

Before the SPG S+core the company designed the 8bit SPLB31A/GPLB31A and PLB20D2 based on the MOS Technology 8502 and 6502 microprocessors respectively The Sunplus/ Generalplus SPLB31A/GPLB31A is an embedded chip that integrates LC display and I/O controllers alongside the 8502

In 2007, HP released the HP 35s, a calculator that uses the SPLB31A/GPLB31A4

George Chou was in charge of Design Methodology Service5

S+core is Taiwan's first 32bit embedded processor design and has commercial success31

Products featuring Sunplus integrated circuitsedit

SPG S+coreedit

  • Mattel Hyperscan6
  • Zone 40: Most common model Most likely manufactured by subor,Most games copyrighted to Waixing
  • Zone 60: Manufactured by jungletac,games by jungletac Many games are also found on the Vii
  • Zone 3D:Essentially a zone 40 with 3D glasses support
  • Zone mini:Smaller console with 35 games,designed for portability Most of the software is also found on the zone 40
  • Sega Zone: Licensed by Sega, Mix of games by Waixing, AtGames and Tec Toy as well as some original Sega genesis games Released in 20101

SPLB31A/GPLB31A 8502 8-bitedit

  • HP 35s, a calculator
  • Manufactured by Kinpo Electronics
    • HP 17bII+
    • HP 12c Prestige
    • HP 12c Platinum
    • HP 12c Platinum 25th Anniversary Edition

See alsoedit

  • Comparison of CPU architectures
  • List of instruction sets

Referencesedit

  1. ^ a b https://webarchiveorg/web/20110122220830/http://wwwsunpluscom/products/S+coreasp
  2. ^ http://kernelnewbiesorg/Linux_2_6_32#head-f6b625129eeabb3868b46a164a1d2ad569813cc7
  3. ^ a b http://findingherosblogspotcouk/2008/10/32html
  4. ^ Richard Nass: Tear Down: Scientific calculator boils design down to two ICs, Embeddedcom, January 2008
  5. ^ http://wwwbusinesswirecom/news/home/20160616006328/en/SynTest-Solutions-Automotive-IC-Design
  6. ^ https://hackmiicom/2010/04/sunplus-the-biggest-chip-company-youve-never-heard-of/

External linksedit

  • http://wwwsunpluscom/products/S%2Bcoreasp


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