Freescale Introduces 32-bit MCUs for Automotive Applications
The new Qorivva microcontroller (MCU) families, based on Power Architecture technology, are built using a unique 55 nanometer (nm) non-volatile memory process for improved power efficiency and cost effectiveness.
Freescale Qorivva MCUs are built on Power Architecture cores configured to meet the rigorous demands of the automotive environment. The new 55 nm Qorivva MCU families address key challenges for the automotive market, including the need for increased performance, new safety requirements and enhanced security features.
Qorivva MCUs feature an integration and performance capabilities, including configurable peripheral sets such as flexible timers and motor control systems. Digital signal processing capabilities provide additional functionality.
Each 55 nm Qorivva MCU comes with a full run-time software solution, including AUTOSAR MCAL driver suites and AUTOSAR real-time operating system for single-core and multicore MCUs. Qorivva MCUs also are supported by development tools, including high-performance compiler support and multicore debuggers from Freescale development partners and Freescale’s own CodeWarrior tool set.
Reza Kazerounian, senior vice president and general manager of Freescale’s Microcontroller Solutions Group, said: “Freescale Qorivva MCUs are built on the industry’s most powerful automotive architecture and offer exceptional scalability across hundreds of devices.
“Our new 55 nm Qorivva MCU product families range from simple, low-cost, single-core controllers up to the latest triple- and quad-core variants, providing increased performance, security and safety for the latest vehicle applications.”
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