Difference between revisions of "Category:SOC"

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(SOC category page. This is going to replace the old "SoCs" page.)
 
 
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Most MIPS-based systems today are based on a ''System On a Chip'' or [[SOC]] that integrate a processor core with devices such as memory, memory controller, ethernet NICs, a wireless interface, PCI, hypertransport, USB or others.  This page lists MIPS-based SOCs.  For more information please refer to the inidividual pages.
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Most MIPS-based systems today are based on a ''System On a Chip'' or [[Wikipedia:System-on-a-chip|SOC]] that integrate a processor core with devices such as memory, memory controller, ethernet NICs, a wireless interface, [[Wikipedia:Peripheral Component Interconnect|PCI]], [[Wikipedia:HyperTransport|HyperTransport]], [[Wikipedia:Universal Serial Bus|USB]] or others.  This page lists MIPS-based SOCs.  For more information please refer to the inidividual pages.

Latest revision as of 18:46, 19 June 2006

Most MIPS-based systems today are based on a System On a Chip or SOC that integrate a processor core with devices such as memory, memory controller, ethernet NICs, a wireless interface, PCI, HyperTransport, USB or others. This page lists MIPS-based SOCs. For more information please refer to the inidividual pages.