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designerQualcomm +, Intel + and ARM Holdings +
first announced1993 +
first launched1993 +
full page namequalcomm/msm +
instance ofsystem on a chip extended family +
instruction set architecturex86-16 +, ARMv4 + and ARMv5 +
main designerQualcomm +
manufacturerIBM +, TSMC + and Samsung +
microarchitecture80186 +, ARM7TDMI + and ARM926EJ-S +
nameQualcomm MSM +
process800 nm (0.8 μm, 8.0e-4 mm) +, 500 nm (0.5 μm, 5.0e-4 mm) +, 350 nm (0.35 μm, 3.5e-4 mm) +, 250 nm (0.25 μm, 2.5e-4 mm) +, 180 nm (0.18 μm, 1.8e-4 mm) +, 130 nm (0.13 μm, 1.3e-4 mm) +, 90 nm (0.09 μm, 9.0e-5 mm) +, 65 nm (0.065 μm, 6.5e-5 mm) +, 45 nm (0.045 μm, 4.5e-5 mm) +, 32 nm (0.032 μm, 3.2e-5 mm) +, 20 nm (0.02 μm, 2.0e-5 mm) +, 14 nm (0.014 μm, 1.4e-5 mm) + and 10 nm (0.01 μm, 1.0e-5 mm) +
technologyCMOS +
word size16 bit (2 octets, 4 nibbles) + and 32 bit (4 octets, 8 nibbles) +