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Carlos

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Re: After acquisition of Freescale we need a boost to hurry!...
« Reply #15 on: June 14, 2016, 11:59:31 AM »
New low-power T2s with higher memory-bandwidth are released:
http://www.nxp.com/video/t2-family-low-power-options:LOW-POWER-T2

But don't hold your breath, I assume these SoCs were in the pipeline long before NXPs takeover.

Maybe there is a chance to jump on the new SOCs?

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Re: After acquisition of Freescale we need a boost to hurry!...
« Reply #16 on: June 14, 2016, 05:19:28 PM »
Still kind of disappointing though. The e6500 cores are 4 years old by now. You would at least start to expect a whole new product range if they were serious about Power.

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Re: After acquisition of Freescale we need a boost to hurry!...
« Reply #17 on: June 14, 2016, 11:19:40 PM »
These SoCs aren't mainstream driven, sadly.

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Re: After acquisition of Freescale we need a boost to hurry!...
« Reply #18 on: July 08, 2016, 04:14:03 PM »
Maybe NXP will be forced to develop new PowerPC cores. More and more modules are coming with e6500 cores ;-)

Rugged, network oriented module dishes up 12-core QorIQ SoC

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Re: After acquisition of Freescale we need a boost to hurry!...
« Reply #20 on: September 30, 2016, 04:09:18 PM »
I fear for the embedded Power cores under Qualcomm.

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« Reply #21 on: October 27, 2016, 04:22:48 PM »
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October 27, 2016

Dear Friends, Partners and Customers,

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On October 27, 2016, we announced that NXP has agreed to be acquired by Qualcomm. This will create the industry powerhouse to focus on Secure Connections for a Smarter World.

The combining of NXP into Qualcomm is based on compelling strategic logic that brings together two highly successful and complementary businesses to create a premier semiconductor industry leader. With unique leadership positions in Wireless technologies, Security and Processing, the union is ideally positioned to address the emerging trends of ADAS and Autonomous Vehicles, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the 5G revolution.

The combined company is expected to have annual revenues of more than $30 billion, serviceable addressable markets of $138 billion in 2020 and leadership positions across mobile, automotive, IOT, security and networking segments. The transaction has substantial strategic and financial benefits:

Complementary technology leadership in strategically important areas: The transaction combines Qualcomm’s leadership in low-power advanced computing, connectivity and communications systems with NXP’s complementary leadership in general purpose and automotive grade processing, security, automotive safety sensors and RF; enabling more complete system solutions.
Mobile: A leader in mobile SoCs, 3G/4G/5G modems and security.
Automotive: A leader in global automotive semiconductors, including ADAS, infotainment, safety systems, body & networking, powertrain & chassis and secure access.
IoT and Security A leader in broad-based MCUs, secure identification, mobile transactions, payment cards and transit; strength in application processors and connectivity systems.
Networking: A leader in network processors for wired and wireless communications and RF sub-segments, Wave-2 11ac/11ad, RF power and BTS systems.
Enhanced go-to-market capabilities to serve our customers: The combination of Qualcomm and NXP’s deep customer and ecosystem relationships and distribution channels enables the ability to deliver leading products and platforms at scale in mobile, automotive, IoT, industrial, security and networking.
Shared track record of innovation and commitment to operational discipline: Both companies have demonstrated a strong commitment to technology leadership and best-in-class product portfolios with focused investments in R&D. Qualcomm and NXP have both taken action to position themselves for profitable growth, while maintaining financial and operational discipline.
Qualcomm is an exceptional company with a like-minded approach to that of NXP, in terms of customer-focused innovation. Its exceptional heritage, engineering execution capability and richness of technology are an ideal match to NXP’s long-standing commitment to the Automotive, Security, Networking, Consumer and Industrial markets. We and the entire NXP team are delighted at this prospect and wish to assure you of our continued commitment to you throughout the entire transition phase and beyond.

Of course, the transaction is subject to regulatory approvals and other closing conditions, so we anticipate that the acquisition will likely close during the end of calendar 2017. However, for now and until the close of the deal, it will be business as usual, and all NXP employees will remain focused on total customer satisfaction with a passion to win.

On behalf of the entire organization, we thank you for your continued support, as we together continue to complete the integration of the Freescale and NXP systems. We are truly excited about our potential as a combined company with Qualcomm and the increased ability to deliver to you unsurpassed customer service and innovative products. We are confident that our combination with Qualcomm will be as seamless as possible and look forward to working with you for many years to come.

We will keep you informed as additional information becomes available that we are legally permitted to share.

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Re: After acquisition of Freescale we need a boost to hurry!...
« Reply #22 on: November 16, 2016, 02:24:17 PM »
In 2016 NXP also announced low-power versions of the T4:
http://www.nxp.com/video/t4-family-low-power-options:LOW-POWER-T4

T4240 -> 24 threads, 1,8GHz: 45W (3,75W per core)

NXP also announced a guideline DDR3 to DDR4 transition:
http://www.nxp.com/video/simplify-ddr4-transition:SIMPLIFY-DDR4-TRANSITION
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