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Facts about "VL86Cx - VTI"
designerAcorn Computers + and ARM Holdings +
first announced1987 +
first launched1987 +
full page namevti/vl86cx +
instance ofmicroprocessor family +
instruction set architectureARM +
main designerAcorn Computers +
manufacturerVLSI Technology +
microarchitectureARM1 +, ARM2 +, ARM6 + and ARM7 +
nameVTI VL86Cx +
packagePLCC-84 +
process2,000 nm (2 μm, 0.002 mm) +, 1,500 nm (1.5 μm, 0.0015 mm) +, 1,000 nm (1 μm, 0.001 mm) + and 800 nm (0.8 μm, 8.0e-4 mm) +
technologyCMOS +
word size32 bit (4 octets, 8 nibbles) +