Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 11795 from 2003/5/22
> That's a worse solution than the 86XX processors
I only mentioned the P2040 announcement for sake of completeness. As you can see in my self-quote, two months ago I claimed QorIQ P2 to be only e500v2 core based (which was true back then), while Mr. Behmann presented it as being e500mc core based (which was false back then). Now with the new P2040 the QorIQ P2 family has e500v2 core based members as well as (upcoming) e500mc core based members.
> How is it that the development board for this processor uses the same
> outdated ULi Southbridge that the 8640 development system uses?
You mean the P2020/P2010 development board
(as I can't find any specs for a P2040 development board yet, and P2040 is not pin compatible to P2020/P2010)?
> Does someone have a stash of M1575s sitting somewhere?
It may even be Freescale themselves having hoarded some ;-)
> Freescale refers to this as an Nvidia component
In fact, Freescale's reference to this part is rather inconsistent: "ULi/nVidia", "nVidia/ULi", "nVidia", "ULi" (and also both names in different combinations of uppercase and lowercase letters).