--- In , "trick260173" <trick260173@y...|
> I was talking about STANDARD ARM9 Products ONLY, like the
> from ATMEL. It is not the same than an ARM9 for Automotive. Several
> companies have a product with ARM7/9, but most of them are ASSP.
Yep - that was clear. Although the automotive product might be an
ASSP, this market is very cost sensitive and demanding. So the step
for an ARM9 towards standard LPC products might be not that far away
That's why I refered to this product (which looks much like a
standard product ;-) ).