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The following is a partial list of NXP and Freescale Semiconductor products, including products formerly manufactured by Motorola until 2004. Note that NXP and Freescale merged in 2015.[1]


Early microprocessors

68000 series

88000 series (RISC)

PowerPC and Power ISA processors

ARM Cortex-A cores


ARM920 based:

  • i.MX1 (MC9328MX1)
  • i.MXL (MC9328MXL)
  • i.MXS (MC9328MXS)

ARM926 based:

  • i.MX21 (MC9328MX21)
  • i.MX23 (MCIMX23)
  • i.MX25 (MCIMX25)
  • i.MX27 (MCIMX27)
  • i.MX28 (MCIMX28)

ARM11 based:

  • i.MX31 (MCIMX31)
  • i.MX35 (MCIMX355)
  • i.MX37 (MCIMX37)

Cortex-A8 based:

  • i.MX51 family (e.g. MCIMX515)
  • i.MX50 family (i.MX508)
  • i.MX53 family (e.g. MCIMX535)

Cortex-A9 based:

  • i.MX6 solo
  • i.MX6 dual
  • i.MX6 quad

Cortex-A7 based:

Cortex-A72 based:


ARM Cortex-A53 and/or ARM Cortex-M4 based:

Layerscape / QorIQ

ARM Cortex-A7 based:

  • LS1020A
  • LS1021A
  • LS1022A

ARM Cortex-A9 based:

  • LS1024A

ARM Cortex-A53 based:

  • LS1012A
  • LS1043A
  • LS1046A
  • LS1088A

ARM Cortex-A72 based:

  • LS1028A
  • LS2084A/44A
  • LS2048A/44A
  • LS2160A (16x Cortex-A72)[6]


6800 series



68000 series


The M·CORE-based RISC microcontrollers are 32 bit processors specifically designed for low-power electronics.[7] M·CORE processors, like 68000 family processors, have a user mode and a supervisor mode, and in user mode both see a 32 bit PC and 16 registers, each 32 bits. The M·CORE instruction set is very different from the 68k instruction set—in particular, M·CORE is a pure load-store machine and all M·CORE instructions are 16 bit, while 68k instructions are a variety of lengths. However, 68k assembly language source code can be mechanically translated to M·CORE assembly language.[8]

The M·CORE processor core has been licensed by Atmel for smart cards.[9]

  • MMC2001
  • MMC2114


ARM Cortex-M cores

  • MXC300-30

Cortex-M0+ microcontrollers

  • Kinetis L series
  • Kinetis E series
  • Kinetis M series
  • Kinetis W series

Cortex-M4 microcontrollers

  • Kinetis K series
  • Kinetis KW2x series

see also: S32K

ARM7 cores

ARM7TDMI automotive microcontrollers

  • MAC71xx
  • MAC72xx

TPU and ETPU modules

The Time Processing Unit (TPU) and Enhanced Time Processing Unit (eTPU) are largely autonomous timing peripherals found on some Freescale parts.

  • MC68832 (TPU)
  • MPC5554 (PowerPC) (eTPU)
  • MPC5777C (PowerPC) (eTPU2+)
  • MCF5232, MCF5233, MCF5234, MCF5235 (ColdFire) (eTPU)

Digital signal processors

Note: the 56XXX series is commonly known as the 56000 series, or 56K, and similarly the 96XXX is known as the 96000 series, or 96K.

56000 series

96000 series

StarCore series

Note: "There is no native support for floating point operations on StarCore"[10]

  • MSC8101/3 Single SC140 core, 300 MHz (End of life)
  • MSC8102 Quad SC140 core, 275 MHz (Discontinued)
  • MSC8122/26 Quad SC140 core, 500 MHz
  • MSC711x Single SC1400 core, 200/300 MHz (Partly discontinued)
  • MSC8144/E Quad SC3400 core, 1 GHz
  • MSC8156/E Six-core SC3850 core, 1 GHz with MAPLE-B coprocessor
  • MSC8154/E Quad-core SC3850 core, 1 GHz with MAPLE-B coprocessor
  • MSC8152 Dual-core SC3850 core, 1 GHz with MAPLE-B coprocessor
  • MSC8151 Single-core SC3850 core, 1 GHz with MAPLE-B coprocessor
  • MSC8256 Six-core SC3850 core, 1 GHz
  • MSC8254 Quad-core SC3850 core, 1 GHz
  • MSC8252 Dual-core SC3850 core, 1 GHz
  • MSC8251 Single-core SC3850 core, 1 GHz

MEMS Sensors

  • MMA Series (Multi-G/ Multi-Axis Accelerometers)
  • MPX Series Pressure
  • MPR Series Proximity

Reconfigurable compute fabric device


  • CodeWarrior Integrated Development Environment
  • MQX Real Time Operating System
  • FreeMaster
  • Processor Expert
  • PEG Graphical User Interface Development
  • Sensor Toolkit
  • Wireless Connectivity Toolkit


  1. ^ NXP Semiconductors And Freescale Semiconductor Close Merger RTTNews. Retrieved on 2015-12-13.
  2. ^ "i.MX 7 Series Applications Processors: Multicore Arm® Cortex®-A7, Cortex-M4". NXP. Retrieved 2018-12-03.
  3. ^ "i.MX 8 Series Applications Processors: Multicore Arm® Cortex®-A72, Cortex-A53, Cortex-A35, Cortex-M4 cores". NXP. Retrieved 2018-12-03.
  4. ^ "S32V234: Vision Processor for Front and Surround View Camera, Machine Learning and Sensor Fusion Applications". NXP. Retrieved 2018-12-03.
  5. ^ "Chain ADAS and Autonomous Driving Market to 2017-2021: ACC, FCW and LKS Saw the Fastest Growth Rate". PRNewsWire. 2018-08-23. Retrieved 2018-12-03.
  6. ^ "QorIQ® Layerscape Processors Based on Arm® Technology". NXP. Retrieved 2018-12-03.
  7. ^ "Designing in Low Power: An Overview of the Power Saving Mechanisms used by Motorola's M·CORE Architecture"
  8. ^ "PortAsm/68K for MCore: Source-level translation"
  9. ^ press release: "Motorola's Secure M210 M-CORE Processor Licensed to Atmel"
  10. ^ C64x to SC3850 Porting Guide Archived 2011-07-07 at the Wayback Machine (August, 2010 / Quote from page 29)
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