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|Designer||ARC International PLC|
|Encoding||Variable (16- and 32-bit)|
|Branching||Compare and branch|
|Extensions||APEX user-defined instructions|
|16 or 32 including SP user can increase to 60|
ARC processors are configurable and extensible for a wide range of uses in system on a chip (SoC) devices, including storage, digital home, mobile, automotive, and Internet of things (IoT) applications. They have been licensed by more than 200 organizations and are shipped in more than 1.5 billion products per year.
ARC processors use reduced instruction set computing (RISC), and employ the 16-/32-bit ARCompact instruction set architecture (ISA) that provides good performance and code density for embedded and host SoC applications.
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