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SanDisk licenses ARC 600 Processor Core
Dennis Hissink : August 13th 2004 - 09:30 CET
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SanDiskARC International, a world leader in configurable RISC CPU/DSP processor cores and application platforms, announced that SanDisk, the world's largest supplier of flash storage products, has licensed the ARC 600 RISC processor core and MetaWare development tools for use in their next generation of flash storage products. SanDisk, the leading supplier of flash data storage card products, designs, manufactures and markets digital imaging and audio storage products using its patented high density flash memory and controller technology. As an ARC licensee since 2000, SanDisk products are sold under the SanDisk label and by OEMs for use in products ranging from portable music players and digital cameras to smart phones and handheld computers.
"ARC's configurable processor technology has played a significant role in the success of our product," said Yoram Cedar, senior vice president of engineering at SanDisk. "In planning for our next generation product lines, we had very strict size and performance requirements. After seeing that the ARC 600 core could be configured to optimally meet our size, area and performance needs, the choice was easy. We are on a relentless drive to decrease our costs while significantly improving performance to meet the needs of our customers and increase demand for our products."

"SanDisk is an excellent example of how high volume customers can benefit from ARC's configurable processor technology. The ARC 600 delivers up to 30% higher code density, enabling the addition of new features while reducing die size. The end result is that our customers can have a more optimized product with an increased gross margin," said Carl Schlachte, ARC CEO.

ARC 600 Processor Core
The ARC 600 RISC CPU/DSP processor core is optimized to deliver high performance in a small silicon area with minimal power consumption. It is configurable and extendible, which allows developers to balance performance and silicon area to deliver the most efficient solution to market as quickly as possible. Developers can modify and extend the Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) to optimize the processor core for their specific application.
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