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The MIPS64® architecture sets a new performance standard for 64-bit MIPS-Based� embedded processors. It represents the foundation for next generation high-performance MIPS® processors and provides upward compatibility to the MIPS32® 32-bit architecture. The MIPS architecture is the leading embedded processor technology because of its robust instruction set, scalability from 32-bits to 64-bits, availability of software development tools, and widespread support from numerous MIPS Technologies licensees. The MIPS64 architecture is a superset of the previous MIPS IV� and MIPS V� Instruction Set Architectures (ISAs) and incorporates powerful new instructions specifically for embedded applications as well as proven memory management and privileged mode control mechanisms previously implemented in R4000® and R5000® MIPS processors. By incorporating powerful new features, standardizing privileged mode instructions, supporting past ISAs, and providing an upgrade path from the MIPS32 architecture, the MIPS64 architecture provides a solid high-performance foundation for future MIPS processor-based development.

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