S+core is a hybrid 32/16-bit instruction set architecture designed by Sunplus Technology.
The 32-bit microarchitecture features Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture (AMBA) support and includes SJTAG for In-circuit emulation. It is implemented on the Sunplus SPG290 system-on-a-chip (SoC).
Before the SPG (S+core) the company designed the 8bit SPLB31A/GPLB31A and PLB20D2 based on the MOS Technology 8502 and 6502 microprocessors respectively. The Sunplus/ Generalplus SPLB31A/GPLB31A is an embedded chip that integrates LC display and I/O controllers alongside the 8502.
George Chou was in charge of Design Methodology Service.
Products featuring Sunplus integrated circuits
- Mattel HyperScan
- Zone 40: Most common model. Most likely manufactured by subor,Most games copyrighted to Waixing.
- Zone 60: Manufactured by jungletac,games by jungletac. Many games are also found on the Vii.
- Zone 3D:Essentially a zone 40 with 3D glasses support.
- Zone mini:Smaller console with 35 games,designed for portability. Most of the software is also found on the zone 40.
- Sega Zone: Licensed by Sega, Mix of games by Waixing, AtGames and Tec Toy as well as some original Sega genesis games. Released in 2010.
SPLB31A/GPLB31A (8502 8-bit)
- HP 35s, a calculator
- Manufactured by Kinpo Electronics
- Larabel, Michael (2 April 2018). "Linux Set To Shed Nearly 500k Lines Of Code By Dropping Old CPUs - Phoronix". Phoronix. Phoronix Media. Retrieved 2018-04-22.
The architectures on the chopping block for Linux 4.17 are Blackfin, CRIS, FRV, M32R, Metag, MN10300, Score, and Tile
- Richard Nass: Tear Down: Scientific calculator boils design down to two ICs, Embedded.com, January 2008