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Ethernet MCU supports Java development

20 February 2008 DSP, Micros & Memory

The IM3910 is the newest member of Imsys’ IM3000 family of reconfigurable system on chip (RSoC) microcontrollers.

Its high energy-efficiency and ability to deliver high throughput make it a suitable choice for I/O-demanding cost and power sensitive devices. The combination with Java makes it useful for applications such as automation networking, battery powered devices, Internet connected equipment, and Java-enabled remote control, point of purchase systems and facility management.

The IM3910 combines features of traditional CISC architectures and energy efficient use of resources with 'FPGA-like' flexibility. It supports dual 10/100 Ethernet ports, three UARTs with 920 Kbps, I²C or SPI port, and has eight DMA channels with a sustained 83 MBps throughput.

The Java Virtual Machine is an integral part of the MCU, which reduces the JVM interpretation overhead leading to lower power consumption and longer battery life. The IM3910 boasts good energy efficiency due to its compact code, efficient control logic and patented memory interface. The application programming interface supports efficient networking and allows the designer to mix and match between Java, C and assembler programming languages.

The DK3-3910 development kit is also available, which contains everything needed for developing and debugging an application. The module has 32 MB of DRAM and 8 MB of flash memory and needs only be complemented with customer specific peripherals and power supply.

For more information visit www.imsystech.com





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