All the SoCs of Ingenic have a Xburst core. Its instruction set is compatible with MIPS32 and it has a SIMD instruction set to accelerate the speed of video codec algorithm.
Jz4720 is a low cost multimedia application processor targeting for mobile devices like MP4, electronic dictionary.
Jz4730 is a multimedia application processor targeting for mobile and general embedded devices. Incorporating the XBurst CPU core based on leading micro-architecture technology, this processor provides high integration, high performance and low power consumption solutions for embedded devices.
Many mp4 players made in China use JZ4730 soc.
Jz4740 is a multimedia application processor targeting for mobile devices like smart-phones, PMP and GPS. Incorporating the XBurst CPU core based on leading micro-architecture technology, this processor provides high integration, high performance and low power consumption solutions for embedded devices.
JZ4755 is a multimedia SOC with high performance and price ratio, targeting for low end PMP like portable product. JZ4755 is powered by Ingenic innovative XBurst CPU core up to 360MHz, supporting multi-format decoding at 720P resolution, and equipped with a rich set of on-chip peripherals.
This SoC is used in the RZX-50.
The JZ4770 SoC has a 1GHz single XBurst core, with 32K L1 and 256K L2.
The JZ4770 is used in a number of Android MIPS based platforms, such as the Ainol Novo 7 tablets, and the GCW Zero open source gaming platform.
The JZ4770 has upstream kernel support.
The JZ4780 SoC is targeted at mobile devices, and has dual 1.2GHz XBurst cores. It has 64KB L1 per core, and a shared 512KB L2. The SoC also contains hardware video decoders and an SGX540 GPU.
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