The ZMS-08 packs a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 with 256K L2 cache, NEON TrustZone security technology, and can address up to 1GB of MDDR or DDR2 333MHz RAM. The chip is aimed at small form factor devices such as tablets, netbooks, connected TVs, and video conferencing systems -- a segment currently being chased by Intel and Nvidia.
I haven't seen a price, so I'm not sure where the ZMS-08 will sit among its competitors, but the chip is currently being sampled by customers and mass shipment is planned for the first quarter of next year.
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