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Mickster wrote: »
Is the "P2 family" still being considered?
william chan wrote: »
Does any other micro-controller in the market have streamers?
Cluso99 wrote: »
On this presumption, and the current P2 delays, might it be possible for the first P2 to be in a larger frame and have 1MB of Hub RAM?
Still interested to know if OnSemi can put Flash/OTP/EEPROM in the chip and the cost factor?
A P2 with 1MB HUB RAM and 1MB HUB FLASH/OTP/EEPROM able to be bank switched in say 64KB blocks could make for an extremely powerful and flexible P2, possibly in an QFP144 package. Extra pins would replace the ground pad underneath.
prof_braino wrote: »
My next question is availability: When can we guestimate that we can have a physical P2 in hand?
I did buy the FPGA equipment, but my brain and scheduled are not big enough to make progress with that.
Are there any events scheduled (final design, test run, etc) that can give us an idea of where we are int he process and when we might expect something?
+/- months or +/- years is what I'm hoping for in response.
Rayman wrote: »
If the big P2 works right off and Chip makes the baby P2s:
Perhaps a tiny P2 can be put in the big P2 package with other chips?
Say a flash die? wonder if that would work...
evanh wrote: »
I'd hate to imagine the square mm's 1000 package bonds consume. It's probably not as bad as I'm thinking in terms of percentage as those type dies are well beyond huge in size, hence the $200 price tags.