fido 32-bit hard real-time microcontroller integrates software tasks

Innovasic Semiconductor The fido architecture greatly eases the design and test of real-time control applications while providing higher reliability and lower power consumption. The fido family is the first microcontroller designed specifically for industrial applications, including real-time and safety-critical performance, inventory management, reduced development time and life-cycle support.

04/01/2007



Innovasic Semiconductor

The fido architecture greatly eases the design and test of real-time control applications while providing higher reliability and lower power consumption. The fido family is the first microcontroller designed specifically for industrial applications, including real-time and safety-critical performance, inventory management, reduced development time and life-cycle support. The fido1100 is the first chip in the fido family of microcontrollers. Building upon years of experience in developing microcontrollers and peripherals for industrial customers, the fido microcontroller has taken many tasks traditionally handled in software and moved them into the silicon. www.innovasic.com





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