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Tolapai

Tolapai is the code name of Intel's embedded system-on-a-chip (SoC) which combines an Pentium M (Dothan) processor core, DDR2 memory controllers and I/O controllers, and a QuickAssist integrated accelerator unit for security functions.[1]

Overview

The Tolapai embedded processor has 148 million transistors on a 90 nm process technology, 1088-ball FCBGA with a 1.092mm pitch, and comes in a 37.5mm × 37.5mm package. It is also Intel's first integrated x86 processor, chipset and memory controller since 1994's 80386EX.[2]

Intel EP80579 integrated processor for embedded computing:

  • CPU: Pentium M clocked from between 600 MHz and 1.2 GHz
  • Cache: 256 KB
  • Package: 1088-ball flip chip BGA
  • Memory: DDR2 from 400- to 800 MHz; MCH supports DIMM or memory down with optional 32-/64-bit and ECC configurations
  • Bus: One local expansion bus for general control or expanded peripheral connections
  • PCI Express: PCIe root complex interface in 1 ×8, 2 ×4, or 2 ×1 configurations
  • Storage: 2× SATA (Gen1 or Gen2) interfaces
  • Networking: 3× 10/100/1000 Ethernet MACs supporting RGMII or RMII, and Management Data Input/Output (MDIO)
  • USB: 2× Universal Serial Bus (1.1 or 2.0) interfaces
  • GPIO: 36× General Purpose Input/Output ports
  • CAN: 2× Controller area network 2.0b interfaces
  • High Speed Serial: 3× HSS ports for T1/E1 or FXS/FXO connections
  • Serial: 1× synchronous serial port (SSP)
  • UARTS: 2× 16550-compatible UARTs
  • SMB: 2× System Management Bus (SMBus) interfaces
  • LPC: 1× Low Pin Count (LPC 1.1) interface
  • SPI: 1× Serial Peripheral Interface Bus (SPI) boot interface
  • RTC: Integrated real-time clock (RTC) support
  • EDMA: Enhanced DMA (EDMA) engine with low latency memory transfers; supports multiple peer-to-peer configurations
  • Operating temperature: 0 to 70 degrees C (most models); −40 to 85 degrees C (some models)

List of Intel 80579 processors

Model
number
sSpec
number
Frequency L2
cache
FSB Mult. Voltage TDP Socket Release date Part
number(s)
Release
price (USD)
without QuickAssist
EP80579 Integrated Processor, 600 MHz
  • SLJ6D (B1)
  • SLJ6F (B1)
600 MHz 256 KB 400 MT/s 1 V
11 W
FCBGA1088 Q3 2008
  • NU80579EZ600C
  • NU80579EZ600CT
$40–51
EP80579 Integrated Processor, 1066 MHz
  • SLJ6C (B1)
1.07 GHz 256 KB 533 MT/s 1.3 V
18 W
FCBGA1088 Q3 2008
  • NU80579EZ004C
$42
EP80579 Integrated Processor, 1200 MHz
  • SLJ6B (B1)
1.2 GHz 256 KB 533 MT/s 1.3 V
19 W
FCBGA1088 Q3 2008
  • NU80579EZ009C
$70
with QuickAssist
EP80579 Integrated Processor with QuickAssist, 600 MHz
  • SLJ6A (B1)
600 MHz 256 KB 400 MT/s 1 V
13 W
FCBGA1088 Q3 2008
  • NU80579EB600C
$44
EP80579 Integrated Processor with QuickAssist, 1066 MHz
  • SLJ69 (B1)
  • SLJ6E (B1)
1.07 GHz 256 KB 533 MT/s 1.3 V
20 W
FCBGA1088 Q3 2008
  • NU80579ED004C
  • NU80579ED004CT
$66–102
EP80579 Integrated Processor with QuickAssist, 1200 MHz
  • SLJ68 (B1)
1.2 GHz 256 KB 533 MT/s 1.3 V
21 W
FCBGA1088 Q3 2008
  • NU80579ED009C
$102

See also

References

  1. ^ "Cnet News: Live from Hot Chips 19: Session 7, Networking". Retrieved 2007-12-31. 
  2. ^ Intel confirms details of Tolapai, a SoC embedded processor Ars Technica, August 30, 2007

External links

  • Intel Introduces Future VPN Solution: Tolapai
  • Ars Technica: Intel Confirms details of Tolapai, a SoC embedded processor
  • Cnet News: Live from Hot Chips 19: Session 7, Networking
  • Intel QuickAssist Acceleration Technology for Embedded Systems
  • Embedded Intel EP80579 Integrated Processor
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