- Solaris sparc(32-bit): – Intel has given a name to their solar-powered CPU, which was originally shown at IDF 2011 a few days ago. The CPU, codenamed Claremont, is based on an outdated Socket 7 Pentium design but has been tweaked to consume less than 10mW at peak power. Currently, ultra-low voltage CPUs require 15W or more, which is about 1,500 times as much power.
- AVR – It is a microcontroller family created by Atmel in 1996. These are modified Harvard architecture 8-bit RISC single-chip microcontrollers. The pin size varies depending on the AVR, for example, tiny AVR has 9-32 pins, mega AVR has 28-100 pins, and so on.
- MIPS- It is a reduced instruction set computer (RISC) instruction set architecture (ISA) created in the United States by MIPS Computer Systems, now MIPS Technologies. MIPS architectures were initially 32-bit; 64-bit variants were later created. It comes in a variety of variants, including MIPS I, MIPS II, MIPS III, and so on.
- Intel 8086: – The 8086 (also known as the iAPX 86) is a 16-bit microprocessor chip created by Intel between early 1976 and its introduction on June 8, 1978. The 8086 architectures gave birth to the x86 architecture, which went on to become Intel’s most successful processor series. It is offered as a DIP chip with 40 pins. It operates on a 5V DC power supply.
- ARM- It is a series of reduced instruction set computing (RISC) architectures for computer processors that may be customized for different situations. The original ARM1 featured a 32-bit internal structure but a 26-bit address space, limiting its main memory to 64 MB. This restriction was lifted with the ARMv3 series, which has a 32-bit address space, and numerous subsequent generations up to ARMv7 stayed 32-bit. It features about 32 pins, 28 of which may be utilized as general purpose bidirectional I/O pins. Pin P0. 31 is a single-output pin.
- AMD- Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) is a global semiconductor firm headquartered in Santa Clara, California, that produces computer processors and related technologies for the commercial and consumer sectors. AMD unveils its Opteron and Athlon 64 processor lines, which are based on the AMD64 architecture, the first x86-based 64-bit CPU architecture.