"Royal Philips Electronics will sample in March a highly
integrated, low-power system-on-chip (SoC) processor claimed to be
the first ARM9 microntroller manufactured on 90-nm process
technology. The LPC3180, which runs Linux and supports an
'ultra-low-power' 0.9V mode, targets POS (point-of-sales), GPS,
robotics, and medical/industrial devices.
"The LPC3180 is the first shipping chip in the planned Philips
LPC3000-series processor family..."
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