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  68k - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Motorola 680x0/0x0/m68k/68k/68K family of CISC microprocessor CPU chips were 32-bit from the start, and were the primary competition for the Intel x86 family of chips.
There is also no revision of the 68060, as Motorola was in the process of shifting away from the 68k and 88k processor lines into its new PowerPC business, so the 68070 was never developed.
Had Motorola decided to stick with the 680x0 series, it is very likely that the next processor (68080) would have resembled Intel's P6 architecture.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/68k   (644 words)

  
 PDA Encyclopedia - Motorola 68000
The Motorola 68000 is a CISC microprocessor, the first member of a successful family of microprocessors, which were all mostly software compatible.
Motorola ceased production of the 68000 in 2000, although derivatives, notably the CPU32 family, continue in production.
The Motorola 68901 had a number of severe defects, including the ability to lose the highest-priority interrupt if it and the clock interrupt happened within some window of each other.
www.pdasupport.com /PDAencyclopediaMotorola68000.htm   (1984 words)

  
 Motorola 88000 - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Motorola released a series of motherboards for making "out of the box" systems based on the 88000, known as the MVME series, as well as the interesting Series 900 stackable computers.
All of these users were forced to move to other processors when Motorola later gave up on the m88k; DG went to Intel, Encore to the DEC Alpha.
There was also an attempt to popularize the system with the 88open group, similar to what Sun Microsystems was attempting with their SPARC design.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/88000   (696 words)

  
 Motorola 68012 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Motorola MC68012 processor is a 16/32-bit microprocessor from the early 1980s.
It is an 84-pin PGA version of the Motorola MC68010.
The memory space was extended to 2GB and an RMC pin was added.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Motorola_68012   (75 words)

  
 Motorola 68030 - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The Motorola 68030 is a 32-bit microprocessor in Motorola's 68000 family.
Released in 1987, the 68030 was the successor to the Motorola 68020, and was followed by the Motorola 68040.
Motorola used the process shrink to allow them to pack more hardware on the die.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/68030   (335 words)

  
 Motorola 6800 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 6800 is a microprocessor produced by Motorola and released shortly after the Intel 8080 in 1975.
The 6800 'fathered' several descendants, the pinnacle being the greatly extended and semi-compatible 6809, which was used in the Vectrex video game console and the TRS-80 Color Computer, among several others.
There are also many microcontrollers descended from the 6800 architecture, such as the Motorola 6801/6803, 6805, 68HC08, 68HC11 and 68HC12.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/M6800   (276 words)

  
 Motorola 68060 - Indopedia, the Indological knowledgebase   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Motorola 68060 is a 32-bit microprocessor from Motorola, and is the successor to the Motorola 68040.
The 0.42\mu m parts were rare, as Motorola decided to concentrate on their PowerPC RISC project.
Should Motorola have decided to stick with the 680x0 series it is very likely that the next processor would have resembled Intel's P6 architecture.
www.indopedia.org /68060.html   (519 words)

  
 PowerPC - Indopedia, the Indological knowledgebase   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
IBM approached Motorola with the goal of collaborating on the development of a family of single-chip microprocessors based on the POWER architecture.
At this point Motorola already had its own RISC design in the form of the 88000 which was doing poorly in the market.
This was a deliberate design goal on Motorola's part, who used the 603 project to build the basic core for all future generations of PPC chips.
www.indopedia.org /PowerPC.html   (1682 words)

  
 Great moments in microprocessor history
Even though IBM engineers at the time wanted to use the Motorola 68000 in the PC, the company already had the rights to produce the 8086 line (by trading rights to Intel for its bubble memory) and it could use modified 8085-type components (and 68000-style components were much more scarce).
Motorola had already introduced the MC 68000, which had a 32-bit architecture internally, but a 16-bit pinout externally.
The Motorola 88000 design wasn't commercially available until 1990, and was cancelled soon after in favor of Motorola's deal with IBM and Apple to create the first PowerPC.
www-106.ibm.com /developerworks/library/pa-microhist.html?...   (6009 words)

  
 Science Fair Projects - Motorola 68000
The Motorola 680x0, 0x0, m68k, or 68k family of CISC microprocessor CPU chips were 32-bit from the start, and were the primary competition for the Intel x86 family of chips.
This family of chips built upon the 68h series of chips, which were their forebears.
The principal competitors in the microcomputer market for generation one were the P1 and P2 IA-16 chips (8088, 80286).
all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/M68k   (449 words)

  
 clifford k. watkins, jr. - julie k. smith
The 68k family built upon Motorola's susan k.
polk as Motorola was in the process of shifting away from laurell k.
Should Motorola have decided to stick with the 680x0 series it is very likely that poems of clifford k.
www.infotechloco.com /Inf-Programming-F---L/K.html   (305 words)

  
 KTS: 68k macupdate
The Motorola '''680x0'''/'''0x0'''/'''m68k'''/'''68k'''/'''68K''' family of CISC microprocessor central processing unit chips were from the start, and were the primary competition for the Intel x86 family of chips.
the Motorola CPU32 (aka Motorola 68330), the Motorola Coldfire, and the Motorola Dragonball.
The principal competitors in the microcomputer market for generation one were the x86 architecture P1 and P2 chips (Pentiums), but to a lesser extent, as much of the hitherto 68k marketplace was shifting over to the PowerPC, sounding the death knell for the 680x0 on the desktop.
www.kaishasetsuritsu.com /apple-desktops/68k-mac/68k-macupdate.html   (357 words)

  
 CPU-World: Microprocessor/CPU families - information and pictures
Second generation of Motorola 680x0 series of processors.
Third generation of Motorola 680x0 series of processors.
Fifth generation of Motorola 680x0 series of processors.
www.cpu-world.com /CPUs/CPU.html   (161 words)

  
 Motorola 68012 - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Motorola MC68012 processor is a 16/32bit microprocessor from the early 1980's.
This processor a PGA 84 pin version of Motorola MC68010.
The memory space was extended to 2GB and a RMC pin was added.
www.infosearchpoint.com /display/Motorola_68012   (72 words)

  
 Chips: Supervisor Mode
Al Haig certainly thought so, and so did the Motorola engineers who designed the 68000 family of microprocessors.
Remember, the 68000 is just one of a family of processors that Motorola supports.
The 68012, for example, has an address space of two gigabytes, but a lot less physical memory is usually present.
www.atarimagazines.com /startv1n3/SupervisorMode.html   (1353 words)

  
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In addition, the Motorola 68012 is used in the IP.
Each processing element (PE) contains one Motorola MC68000 (10 MHz) and 512 Kbytes of 150 nsec DRAM with DMA interface to a board level bus; a multiple processing element (MPE) board contains 8 PEs, a supervisory PE and an interface to a printed wire backplane; 16 MPEs fit in one card cage.
Card cages have eight parallel ports for communication with other card cages, or with external devices; they can be interconnected in a fractal network of arbitrary size; physical packaging in Krates of eight cages (1024 PEs; 512 Mbytes of memory).
www.netlib.org /papers/advarch   (13852 words)

  
 Motorola 68000 - Questionz.net , answers to all your questions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Motorola 68000 - Questionz.net, answers to all your questions
History Originally, the MC68000 was designed for use in household products (at least, that is what an internal memo from Motorola claimed).
Internet, History of the Internet, Personal computer, Apple Macintosh, DVD, Film, Video Games
www.questionz.net /Apple_Macintosh/Motorola_68000.html   (1885 words)

  
 Final Exam, Fall 1998, General Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Briefly, the things you need to know include
68000, 68008, 68010, 68012, 68020, 68030, 68040, 68332
If there would be more than one way to interpret your answer, it will be assumed that the answer is inadequate and little or no credit will be given for it.
www.ndsu.nodak.edu /instruct/tareski/373f98/announce/final.htm   (197 words)

  
 Venture Capital Firms A-C   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Alon Technology Ventures Jointly managed by Gaon Asset management owned by B. Gaon Holdings and the Jupiter Group of the UK and CAIB Bank of Austria.
14th fl., 6 Kaufman St. Tel Aviv 68012 Tel: 972-3-795-4121 Fax: 795-4122 E-mail: dangalit@gaon.com or E-mail: sylvie@gaon.com Investment focus: High-tech
See: Arena Feature -Alon Technology Ventures: The European investor is more trustworthy
www.tmcnet.com /usubmit/2006/06/25/1694743.htm   (1806 words)

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