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嵌入式處理器的指南

A Guide to Embedded Processors - Tenth Edition

出版商 Linley Group 商品編碼 263002
出版日期 內容資訊 英文
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
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嵌入式處理器的指南 A Guide to Embedded Processors - Tenth Edition
出版日期: 2017年04月30日 內容資訊: 英文
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2015年的嵌入式處理器的市場預計超過40億美元。這個數字對許多供應商足以維持,不過無法支援所有把內建式應用做為目標的所有供應商。結果,2014年有幾個供應商停止未來的產品開發。

本報告提供具1-4個CPU內核的32、64位元的高速嵌入式處理器相關詳細分析,以具1-4個CPU內核以600MHz以上運作的通用RISC、x86處理器為焦點,提供技術、應用、市場趨勢,及主要企業分析彙整、處理器比較和今後展望等,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 處理器技術

  • 處理器的基本
  • CPU微架構
  • 主記憶體
  • I/O、網路介面

第2章 內建式應用

  • 網路、通訊設備
  • 家電
  • 高速印表機
  • 類似PC的應用
  • 產業用控制、醫療、軍事

第3章 標準指令集

  • 架構比較
  • x86指令集
  • ARM指令集
  • MIPS指令集
  • PowerPC指令集

第4章 高速處理器

  • 高速嵌入式處理器是什麼?
  • 通用架構
  • 基準

第5章 技術、市場趨勢

  • 技術趨勢
  • 市場概要

第6章 AMD

  • 企業背景
  • 主要的特徵、實際成果
  • 內部架構
  • 系統設計
  • 開發工具
  • 產品藍圖
  • 結論

第7章 AppliedMicro

第8章 Broadcom

第9章 Cavium

第10章 Freescale

第11章 Intel

第12章 LSI (Avago)

第13章 Marvell

第14章 其他的供應商

第15章 處理器比較

  • 網路用子3W處理器
  • 網路用3-6W處理器
  • 網路用6-15W處理器
  • 網路用15-55W處理器
  • 網路用25-40W處理器
  • 消耗40W以上的處理器
  • 可編程邏輯附著處理器

第16章 結論

  • 市場、技術趨勢
    • 消費者網路
    • 無線基礎設施
    • 企業、資訊中心網路
    • 印表機
    • 產業
    • 資訊站、數字簽名、賭搏遊戲
    • 技術趨勢
  • 供應商的展望
    • Intel
    • Freescale
    • Broadcom
    • AMD
    • 其他有潛力的供應商
  • 結論

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"A Guide to Embedded Processors" provides an in-depth look at 32- and 64-bit high-speed embedded processors with one to four CPU cores. This completely revised report from The Linley Group contains about 300 pages of information on AMD, Broadcom (Avago), Cavium, NXP (Freescale), Intel (including Altera and Axxia), Macom, Marvell, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, and Xilinx.

The report focuses on general-purpose RISC and x86 processors that have one to four CPU cores running at 600MHz or more, excluding specialized architectures (e.g. DSPs, NPUs). Note: some previous editions of this report covered all processors in this category, but this one focuses on chips with four or fewer CPU cores. We cover 32- and 64-bit embedded processors with four or more cores in another report, "A Guide to Multicore Processors."

"A Guide to Embedded Processors" covers Macom's Helix ARMv8-compatible processors; AMD's Embedded R-Series processors and G-Series processors; Intel's embedded Atom, Core, and Xeon processors; Intel's former Altera SoC FPGAs and LSI Axxia processors; Cavium's Octeon TX and Octeon III processors; Broadcom's StrataGX, BCM4908, and XLP-II processors; Marvell's Armada and MoChi processors; Texas Instruments' Sitara processors; Xilinx Zynq APSoC and MPSoC processors; and other products.

This handy guide, packed with valuable information, brings you up-to-date on the newest developments in this important market and gives you the analysis you need to help choose a supplier or partner in this field. In addition to networking, the report discusses processors that can be used in high-end consumer applications and printers. It also provides market share and market size data for the embedded segments covered.

"A Guide to Embedded Processors" begins with tutorials on the key technologies implemented by these products, background on the embedded market, and a discussion of the newest technology and market trends. Following these introductory chapters, the report delivers thorough coverage of all announced products in this area. For each major vendor, the report examines the performance, features, and architecture of each product, highlighting strengths and weaknesses in a consistent, easy-to-compare fashion. The report concludes with our own comparisons of these products and conclusions about which will fare best.

What's New in This Edition

Updates to the 10th Edition of "A Guide to Embedded Processors"

"A Guide to Embedded Processors" has been updated to incorporate new announcements made since the publication of the previous edition.

  • NXP has introduced new QorIQ LS1-series processors with ARM CPU cores and the first LA-series ARM processor.
  • Intel has acquired Altera's SoC FPGAs and has introduced new x86-based embedded processors manufactured with 14nm FinFET technology.
  • Among Intel's new products are Goldmont-based Atom processors (Apollo Lake) and Kaby Lake Xeon and Core processors.
  • Cavium has introduced new ARMv8-compatible Octeon TX processors.
  • Texas Instruments has new ARM-based Sitara processors with integrated DSPs and GPUs.
  • Xilinx has new MPSoCs with embedded ARM Cortex-A53 cores.
  • Broadcom has introduced its first 64-bit StrataGX processors with Cortex-A57 cores and the 64-bit BCM4908 with Cortex-A53.
  • Marvell has new 64-bit Armada processors using its modular chip (MoChi) architecture as well as the AP806 MoChi processor using ARM Cortex-A53 and A72, respectively.
  • AMD has introduced its third generation of G series and R series embedded processors. The company has disclosed the new Zen CPU core and will soon roll out the first Zen-based embedded processors.
  • 2015-2016 market-size and vendor-share data
  • Updated market forecast through 2021

Table of Contents

PRELIMINARY TABLE OF CONTENTS

List of Figures

List of Tables

About the Authors

About the Publisher

Preface

Executive Summary

1. Processor Technology

  • Processor Basics
  • CPU Microarchitecture
  • Main Memory
  • I/O and Network Interfaces

2. Embedded Applications

  • Networking and Communications Equipment
  • Consumer Electronics
  • High-Speed Printers
  • PC-Like Applications
  • Industrial Control, Medical, and Military

3. Standard Instruction Sets

  • Architecture Comparison
  • x86 Instruction Set
  • MIPS Instruction Set
  • PowerPC Instruction Set
  • ARM Instruction Set

4. High-Speed Processors

  • What Is a High-Speed Embedded Processor?
  • Common Characteristics
  • Benchmarks

5. Technology and Market Trends

  • Technology Trends
  • Market Share
  • Market Forecast

6. AMD

  • Company Background
  • Key Features and Performance
  • Internal Architecture
  • System Design
  • Development Tools
  • Product Roadmap
  • Conclusions

7. Broadcom

  • Company Background
  • Key Features and Performance
  • Internal Architecture
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