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Atmel AT91CAP7L MCU
Photo: Company [Apr 29, 2009]

Atmel has announced today its CAP7L customizable microcontroller (MCU) that allows fabless semiconductor companies to implement ARM7 processor-based SoCs with a turn-around period as low as 12 weeks, a nominal NRE charge of only US$75,000, and unit costs as low as US$5, without requiring a separate license from ARM.

AT91CAP7L devices are standard product microcontrollers with up to 200K gates of metal programmable cell fabric that can be used to implement proprietary customer IP, hardware accelerators, additional processor cores or unique peripherals sets to achieve a customized SoC.

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