StarChip added new generation of controllers for SIM/USIM/M2M applications. The SCF400I, the first member of the SCFXXXI, is designed to tackle 3G Java applications that require more powerful, cost-effective and energy-efficient chips.
Based on CORTUS APS3cd 32-bit Harvard RISC architecture, the SCF400I achieves 25MIPS 25MHz executes Java code faster. The features include optimizes instruction set, embedded SuperFlash from SST with higher robust data retention with several hundred millions cycles for the best endurance performance in the SIM market.
The SCF400I is supported by development kit, Starbox V2 provides all the necessary components to develop high-quality software.
“The SCF400I, The first product of our Third Generation of SIM Controllers family demonstrates very well StarChip’s constant commitment to provide the industry with a comprehensive, rich portfolio of high-performance, highly efficient, cost-optimized devices. We are pleased with the design enhancements incorporated, over the last months, in our new products. ” said Yves Fusella, StarChip’s CTO. “StarChip already sold more than 500 million units of its first and 2nd generation of SIM controllers and now thanks to SCF400I, alongside the other new SIM products, we will be able to strengthen our position in the mobile market.”
The SCF400I is available now for sampling in DIL, Card or wafer form.