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High- and low-end devices extend the largest GDC roadmap in the industry for in-car Multimedia

Frankfurt, February 14th 2006: Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe (FME) has announced the launch of two Graphic Display Controllers (GDCs) designed for the embedded automotive market, including the world’s first controller for this sector to be fabricated in 90nm technology. The two GDCs, ‘Carmine’ and ‘Lime’, have been developed in response to customer requests for FME to enhance its extensive GDC roadmap at both the higher and lower ends.

The Carmine MB86297 is the third generation of high-end graphics products developed by Fujitsu, incorporating a brand new design that offers more than ten times the performance of FME’s previous highest end GDC - Coral. This 90nm device is fabricated in Fujitsu’s own foundry at Mie, Japan and was developed to ensure that FME can provide an industry-leading solution for demanding automotive functions such as high-end graphics...

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