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Jim Granville
06/03/19 14:12
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#190954 - AT89 still active (and so are ATF16V8)
Responding to: Gary Peek's previous message
Gary Peek said:
You posted: "Didn't Atmel announce they won't support MCS51 anymore, before Microchip buy them?"

Not that I know of, but I might have missed it. That is why I was asking.

The AT89 parts are still in active production, (as also are the even older ATF16V8/ATF22V10 SPLDs, as a guide)
I think Atmel more meant they will not release new variants, but there is no reason to not continue making parts customers are buying.

There is strong 8051 release activity in Asia, and Silabs have released recent EFM8 series parts.

List of 4 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Why so little 8051 based chips info on Microchip web site?      Gary Peek      04/18/19 11:02      
   They just don't care about "obsolete" designs.      Jérôme Desfontaine      04/19/19 04:46      
      Not that I know of ...      Gary Peek      04/19/19 08:29      
         AT89 still active (and so are ATF16V8)      Jim Granville      06/03/19 14:12      

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