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Title: NEW FME SLIDE DESIGN GUIDELINES


1
Providing Highly Integrated Embedded Products
and Solutions
2
Agenda
  • Introduction Emi Igarashi
  • Announcements / Overview Keith Horn
  • WiMAX Updates George Wu
  • MCU Updates Akio Nezu
  • Graphics Display Controller Updates Dan Landeck
  • Summary and QAs Keith Horn

3
Announcements / Overview
Keith Horn Senior Vice President Marketing and
Sales Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc.
4
Announcements and Updates
  • WiMAX SoC Updates
  • Fujitsus perspective on WiMAX technology and
    deployment
  • Announcing Industrys First 32-bit Network
    Security MCUs
  • MB9140x Series
  • Fujitsus FlexRay Support Product Plan
  • License of Bosch FlexRay IP
  • Announcing FlexRay reference design board
  • Coral PA Graphics Display Controller Updates
  • Announcing ALT Software developing OpenGL
    embedded software platform
  • Biometric Sensor ICs
  • Announcing ODI developed MBF200/MBF310 embedded
    modules
  • Announcing Fujitsu fingerprint sensors selected
    by Shimon Systems for verification reference
    design based on TIs DSP technology

5
Fujitsu at a Glance
  • Fujitsu is a leading provider of
    customer-focused IT and communications solutions
    for the global marketplace. Comprising more than
    500 subsidiaries and affiliates, the Fujitsu
    Group operates in over 60 countries across the
    globe.
  • Established June 1935
  • Stock Exchange Listings Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya,
    Frankfurt, London, Swiss
  • Consolidated Revenues US45 billion
  • Employees 157,000 worldwide
  • RD Expenditure US2.4 billion
  • Principal Business Areas Software Services,
    Platforms, Electronic Devices

Note FY2003 consolidated net sales US1106
WW employees as of March 31, 2004
6
Fujitsu Limited Unique Value Proposition
  • Our technologies, platforms and services form
    an integrated value chain that enables us to
    provide customers with complete, end-to-end
    solutions

Customers
Customers
Customers
(Electronic Devices)
7
Electronic Devices Regional Headquarters
Global Presence / RD and Design Centers
8
Market Segment and Product Focus
  • Key Products Services
  • ASICs / AccelArray
  • MCUs
  • Selected ASSPs
  • BWA WiMAX SoC
  • GDC / MMP
  • Memory
  • FRAM
  • Biometric Sensors
  • Wafer Fab Services
  • Packaging Services
  • Key Market Segments
  • Networking
  • Metro / Enterprise / Access
  • Storage
  • Wireless
  • Automotive
  • Consumer / Industrial
  • Security

9
Integrated Device Manufacturing (IDM)
  • 90nm Technology and Beyond
  • Designs are complex
  • Design processes are difficult
  • Manufacturability is questioned
  • Fujitsus 90nm Strategies
  • New IDM service business model
  • Building strategic customer relationships
  • Strong and close collaboration with customers
    from development, design to manufacture
  • New 90nm Fab in Mie Opens on April 2005

10
Current 90nm Products and Experience
  • Highlights
  • 30 product taped out
  • 200 prototype wafers delivered
  • Mass-production started in 4Q 2003
  • High-Performance Products
  • Fujitsu MPU for high-end Unix servers
  • Fujitsu chipset for IA servers
  • X86-compatible CPU (Transmeta)
  • Large-scale FPGA (Lattice)
  • Low-Power Products
  • Fujitsu baseband chip for cellular phones
  • Fujitsu multimedia processor
  • Digital AV product (ASIC)

11
Microcontrollers
  • A complete family of 8-, 16- and 32-bit MCUs
  • Adding new Internet-security ICs, MB9140x Series
  • The industrys first 32-bit MCU for
    Internet-enabled applications
  • Extend multiplex technology from CAN and LIN to
    FlexRay
  • ZigBee Support Plan

12
Graphics Display Controllers
  • New GDC Partners
  • ALT OpenGL embedded software platform
  • Developed Coral reference designs
  • Fujitsu GDCs
  • Industry leader
  • Fujitsu Coral GDC features
  • Wide temperature
  • 3D rendering
  • Multiple layers
  • Video capture

13
ODIS-200 and ODIS-310 Fingerprint Modules
  • Features
  • Self-contained biometric modules
  • Fast operation 1sec match
  • Built-in UI for users I/O
  • SDK for network integration
  • Low power 1 year on 2 AA batteries
  • Applications
  • Home / office / garage doors
  • Keyless entry
  • Vehicle personalization
  • Medical cabinets
  • Hotel home safes

ODIS-200 module
ODIS-310 module
14
MBF200 / MBF310 Biometric Sensor Features
  • MBF200 (Touch Sensor)
  • Image quality (500 dpi)
  • Wide temperature range
  • Easy to integrate
  • MBF310 (Sweep Sensor)
  • Small size portable
  • Power efficient
  • Low cost

15
Summary
  • Major worldwide commitment to the embedded market
  • Wide product range
  • Industrys first 32-bit network-security MCUs,
    MB9140x series
  • Extend multiplex technology from CAN and LIN to
    FlexRay
  • Fujitsus support of the ZigBee standard
  • Industry leader, Fujitsu graphics display
    controllers
  • Biometric sensor ICs MBF200, MBF310
  • See us at booth 916

16
WiMAX Update 2005 A Defining Year for WiMAX
George Wu Director of Marketing, Technology
Solutions/ASSP Technology Solutions Group Fujitsu
Microelectronics America, Inc.
17
The WiMAX World Today
  • The global telecom and networking community has
    shown tremendous interest in WiMAX
  • Some are merely watching the trend, but others
    are definitely involved
  • There is a lot of hype, but major participants
    will deploy in 2005
  • WiMAX is no longer a niche broadband wireless
    access technology for the brave, but a primetime
    contender that can challenge landline and other
    wireless technologies
  • The WiMAX Forum is attracting new members,
    including service providers, component vendors
    and turnkey consultants.
  • The hype is about 802.16e (mobile WiMAX) but,
    over the next few years, the real money will come
    from products that are based on 802.16-2004
    (fixed WiMAX)

18
WiMAX Forum The Global Community Magnet
Currently More than 200 Member Companies and More
Are Joining
19
Facts Facts Facts
  • For those who intend to participate and profit
    from the WiMAX-enabled market(s), shipping
    WiMAX-certifiable systems to enable network
    deployments in 2005 is paramount
  • The success of the entire food chain depends on
    fully working SoCs that can satisfactorily meet
    the 802.16-2004 standard specification
  • Delay in starting the plugfest in July 2005 will
    give the naysayers a chance to bash WiMAX
  • Never lose sight of the impending competition
    from WiFi
  • Mobility is great but fixed is the way to go in
    2005
  • Companies need to come to grips with reality and
    execute without delay

20
Fujitsus WiMAX Milestones
  • Founding Member
  • Founding and board member of WiMAX Forum since
    2003
  • Strategic Partnership
  • Established strategic partnerships with broadband
    wireless system companies to jointly develop the
    fixed WiMAX SoC (since 2003)
  • ES Sampling
  • Sampling of first ES to early adopters /
    customers in January 2005
  • Product Launch
  • Launching the fixed WiMAX SoC at the Broadband
    Wireless World in Las Vegas in April 2005

21
WiMAX Marketing Strategy
  • Partnered with an established system provider
    (Wi-LAN) in the BWA market to expand system-level
    knowledge and reduce TTM risks, resulting in
    first-time working samples that comply with the
    802.16-2004 specification
  • Engaged with a limited number of market-leading
    system companies as early adopters for Fujitsu
    fixed WiMAX SoC to gain early performance
    feedback based on their system-level test and
    verification results
  • In parallel with Fujitsus early adopter efforts,
    opened dialogue with many qualified system
    companies to enable them to become regular
    customers after launching our fixed WiMAX SoC
    this April
  • While focusing on launching Fujitsu fixed WiMAX
    SoC, closely studied the business and technical
    ramifications of the next-generation WiMAX
    requirements investigating the market potential
    based on portable and mobile applications

22
Fujitsu WiMAX Roadmap
802.16e based SoC
Full Mobility
Upgraded 802.16-2004 based SoC
Feature Integration
Limited Mobility
802.16-2004 based SoC
Fixed
Time
2005
2006
23
Summary
  • 2005 is the year to execute
  • The industry needs to
  • Make silicon commercially available for system
    integration
  • Make systems commercially available for
    deployment
  • Proceed with certification on time
  • Rally for increased broadband wireless acceptance
    by each countrys government
  • Field-deploy end-to-end systems to crush the hype
  • Fujitsu is strategically poised to market-enable
    the WiMAX ecosystem and is looking forward to
    sharing this experience with the industry
  • Product launch April 21, 2005, at the Broadband
    Wireless World, Las Vegas

24
Microcontrollers
Akio Nezu Senior Marketing Manager Fujitsu
Microelectronics America, Inc.
25
Internet-Security MCUs
MB9140x Series - Overview - Roadmap -
Block Diagram
26
Market Overview
  • Expanding network connectivity to non-PC devices
  • IPv6 must support virtually unlimited IP address
    space and network manageability
  • No network administrator is required for IPv6
    devices
  • Fujitsus answer
  • Must support low-cost implementation by embedded
    devices
  • Must have decent performance that should not rely
    on software and CPU performance a hardware
    implementation
  • Must support a number of security and
    authentication features

27
FR60 MB9140x Series Overview
  • Compatible with the Internet Protocols - IPv6,
    IPsec
  • Solution for running out of address numbers in
    IPv4 protocol
  • Support secure networks by adding IPsec protocol
    to IPv6
  • Solution for ubiquitous network construction
  • Dedicated Hardware Engine for Code,
    Authentication, Key Change
  • 223 folds (3DES) processing performance compared
    to software, appropriate for security encryption
    / decryption standalone engines (10Mbps -
    IPv6/IPsec _at_50MHz)
  • Also appropriate for general security
    applications
  • Can work as a standalone system or as a companion
    chip for current systems
  • Can be used as a security coprocessor for
    existing designs

28
FR60 MB9140x Series Overview
  • Rich Line-up of Middleware such as the Protocol
    Stack
  • Fujitsu provides the IPv6/IPv4 protocol stack
    best suited for the target products
  • IPv6 / IPv4 IPsec, technical collaboration with
    Elmic System
  • Maximize code engine performance by dedicated
    drivers
  • Fit for the Current IPv4
  • Support for both IPv4 and IPv6, easy migration to
    IPv6 later on
  • Other Applications Rich Peripheral Functions
  • CF card I/F
  • USB 2.0 FS
  • I2C

29
FR60 MB9140x Series Roadmap
MB91404 FR80 (166MHz) EtherMAC 10/100,
IPsec USB2.0 HS, Card I/F
50
USB2.0
MB91401 FR60 (50MHz) 240 pin EtherMAC 10/100,
IPsec USB2.0 FSl, CF I/F
10
MB91403/402 FR60 (33MHz) 144 pin ROM 256KB / RAM
64KB EtherMAC 10/100, IPsec
IPsec
Network audio system control
2
Development
Network Home Appliance
Available
2005
2002
2003
2004
2006
2007
30
FR60 MB91401
I/F via slave bus interface to be added onto the
current system
CPU core
PLL
DSU
RAM 8KB
Icache 4KB
UART 2ch
Internet
DMAC 5ch
INTC
XCS DATA ADDRESS WRX RDX
Timer
IPsec DES/3DES MD5/SHA1 IKE
8/16
External IF
Host MCU
GPIO
SMI
8
EtherMAC
PHY
I2C
ROM
SRAM
CF
USB target
Memory controller
Hardware Engine IPsec - DES/3DES MD5/SHA1, IKE
8/16/32
31
FR60 MB91402
MB91402 can be used as a standalone MCU or added
onto the current system as a coprocessor
FR CPU CORE
PLL
DSU3
D-RAM 8KB
I-cache 4KB
UART
DMAC
INTC
TIMER
External I/F
ROM 256KB
RAM 64KB
IPv4
I2C
EtherMAC
SDRAM
ROM
Memory Controller
Cost-effective, Compact Network MCU
32
FR60 MB91403
MB91403 can be used as a standalone MCU or added
onto the current system as a coprocessor
MB91403
Hardware Engine IPsec - AES/DES/3DES MD5/SHA1, IKE
FR CPU CORE
PLL
DSU3
D-RAM 8KB
I-cache 4KB
UART
DMAC
INTC
TIMER
External I/F
IPsec AES/DES/3DES MD5/SHA1 IKE
ROM 256KB
RAM 64KB
IPv6
I2C
EtherMAC
SDRAM
ROM
IPv4
Memory Controller
Supports Advanced Encryption System (AES)
33
FR60 MB91401 Evaluation Board
FBGA 240 pin (10.0mm x 10.0mm)
MB91401
MB91401
34
FR60 MB91402 / 403 Evaluation Board
  • MB91402 / 403, LAN-PHY / FLASH / SDRAM already on
    board
  • Possible to connect to FJ ICE (monitor debugger
    function)
  • IDE / M/W bundle
  • YDC T-engine baseboard I/O board can be connected

FJ ICE
Board
Bundle S/W
LAN
RS
PHY
MB91402/403
IDE / M/W
SDRAM
FLASH
RS/slave bus
35
Key Features
36
FlexRay System Solutions A Key Element in
Fujitsus Automotive Strategy
What is FlexRay? FlexRay Hardware Development
Scenarios Roadmap and Fujitsu Partners
37
Automotive Multiplex Technology
Information / Entertainment Bus
Information technologyand telematics demand
bandwidth
100 Mbps and up
IDB-1394
10 Mbps
AVC-LAN, MOST
Support higher nodes counts, higher bit rates,
robustness, safety
10 Mbps
FlexRay
Standardization drives CAN implementation
1 Mbps
CAN
125 Kbps
Low-cost sub-network
LIN
Early implementation
50 Kbps
J1850, VAN, BEAN
Control Bus
38
What is FlexRay?
  • Target Applications
  • Brake-by-wire
  • Steer-by-wire
  • Stability-control systems
  • ABS
  • Data backbone
  • FlexRay Consortium
  • Alliance of automotive, semiconductor and
    electronic systems manufacturers
  • Development of a new bus system
  • Deterministic
  • Fault-tolerant
  • High data rate
  • Fujitsu has been a member since 2002

39
Architecture of In-car Networks
FlexRay Backbone
TelematicsGateway
  • Diagnostic Connection

Powertrain / ChassisGateway
Body / ComfortGateway
  • Engine Control
  • Dashboard
  • Comfort Electronics
  • Chassis Electronics
  • Climate Control
  • Door Module

FlexRay / CAN
CAN
CAN / LIN
  • Steer-by-Wire
  • Infotainment
  • Roof Module
  • Brake-by-Wire
  • Navigation
  • Lighting

40
Four Development Steps
  • Fujitsu will go directly for final FlexRay
    protocol spec. 2.0
  • Step 1 FlexRay IP Development
  • Qualified core
  • Step 2 FPGA Prototype Board
  • Available for first customers
  • Different protocol specs
  • Step 3 Standalone FlexRay Controller
  • FlexRay protocol spec 2.0
  • Interface to different MCUs
  • Step 4 MCU with Integrated FlexRay
  • Fujitsu 16FX core (16-bit), Fujitsu FR core
    (32-bit)
  • FlexRay protocol spec 2.0

Step 4
Step 3
Step 2
Step 1
MCU with integrated FlexRay
Standalone FlexRay Controller
FPGA demo
FlexRay Beta-IP available
In Use
Available
9 / 2005
2006
41
FlexRay Macro Block Diagram
42
Fujitsu FPGA Prototype Board
  • Fujitsu Provides an FPGA Prototype Board
  • FlexRay IP and different types of MCUs can be
    used with this board
  • 16-bit Fujitsu 16FX
  • 32-bit Fujitsu FR
  • The ASSP can be added to the board
  • Customers have already started development

43
Stand-alone FlexRay Controller
  • Stand-alone FlexRay Controller with Final
    Protocol Spec 2.0

Transceiver Control
Protocol EngineSpec 2.0
Transceiver Receive Data
Internal Signaling
Transmit Data
Other MCUs
Internal Communication Bus
ARM
Transmitter Control
TI TMS470
Interrupts
Host Interface
Module Interface
Bus Guardian Control
Fujitsu FR Fujitsu 16
Timer
Host I/F
Package QFP-64
Under consideration
44
Roadmap and Fujitsu Partners for FlexRay
Your Automotive Application
Development Tools (H/W)
Design Tools (S/W)
OSEKTime
Communication Stack Network Management Transport
Layer
Fujitsu FlexRay MCU
45
Fujitsu Supports ZigBee StandardIEEE 802.15.4
46
Wireless Strategy
WiMAX 802.16 3rd gen
WiMAX 802.16REVd
WiMAX 802.16.e
MAN
Cellular
3G
Participation through Partnerships with CUSTOMERS
Switched and Higher-rate Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi with QoS, Security ...
Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g
LAN
UWB-based Wireless USB
Standard Ultra-wideband (802.15.3a)
Proprietary Ultra-wideband
UWB-based Wireless 1394
Bluetooth v2.0
PAN
Bluetooth v1.1
ZigBee
CY2004
CY2003
CY2006
CY2005
CY2007
47
Applications Space for ZigBee
TV VCR DVD/CD remote
CONSUMER ELECTRONICS
BUILDING AUTOMATION
security HVAC AMR lighting control access control
PC PERIPHERALS
PERSONAL HEALTH CARE
mouse keyboard joystick
patient monitoring fitness monitoring
ZigBee Wireless Control that Simply Works
RESIDENTIAL LIGHT COMMERCIAL CONTROL
INDUSTRIAL CONTROL
security HVAC lighting control access
control lawn garden irrigation
asset mgt process control environmental energy
mgt
Source ZigBee Alliance
48
ZigBee Market Overview
  • Market is expected to reach 1,000M units by 2009
    (Source Fujitsu)
  • Major area will be home automation and home
    networks

Ref. Data June 2003, West Technology Research
Solutions, LLC
49
Why ZigBee?
  • Energy-conscious technology is the key for next
    era
  • Battery lasts months to years save earth
    green technology
  • 10-30 meter range can minimize power consumption
    ideal for consumer and industrial applications
  • Low-cost implementation
  • Standardized protocols will enable pricing to
    fall to less than 2/node
  • Compatible with, and complement to, higher data
    rate networks
  • Simplifies manufacturing and supports
    interoperability in a global marketplace
  • High density of secure nodes per network
  • Up to 64,000 self-organizing nodes
  • Symmetric key and public key encryption

50
Fujitsu Supports ZigBee Standard
  • Fujitsu will be announcing products supporting
    the ZigBee standard in Q2 2005
  • Application implementation with embedded
    microcontrollers
  • Fujitsu will be working closely with ZigBee
    Alliance members

51

An Introduction to Fujitsu GDC Family
Dan Landeck Senior Marketing Manager Fujitsu
Microelectronics America, Inc.
52
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Coral Basics
  • Variations
  • Maximum Frequency Internal 200MHz, External
    133MHz
  • Geometry performance 1 2M Tri-setup/sec1
    _at_200MHz
  • Pixel fill rate 133M pixel/sec _at_133MHz
    (external)
  • External texture rate 50M texel/sec _at_133MHz
    (external) 12D, flat, triangle without texture

54
Coral Features
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Coral Alpha Blending
Drawing/display sample of alpha plane
Overlay of 6 planes (with view alpha parameter ON)
57
Coral Alpha Blending
Drawing/display sample of alpha plane
Overlay of 6 planes (with view alpha parameter ON)
58
Coral Features
  • Windows can be dynamically resized, overlaid,
    blended
  • Increased PCI bandwidth approximately 70 MB/s
  • Video input is programmable brightness,
    saturation and contrast

59
Coral Features
  • Windows can be dynamically resized, overlaid,
    blended
  • Increased PCI bandwidth approximately 70 MB/s
  • Video input is programmable brightness,
    saturation and contrast
  • Supports both up-scaling and down-scaling

60
Coral Features
  • Windows can be dynamically resized, overlaid,
    blended
  • Increased PCI bandwidth approximately 70 MB/s
  • Video input is programmable brightness,
    saturation contrast
  • Supports both up-scaling and down-scaling
  • Dual-display controller

61
Coral 3D Rendering
Rendering based on coordinates provided by a
commercially available map service
62
Coral 3D Rendering
Rendering based on coordinates created by Fujitsu
applications engineers
63
New Partners
  • OpenGL hardware accelerated graphics on desktop
    and embedded systems
  • ALT proprietary embedded OpenGL
  • Khronos OpenGL ES
  • Microsoft Direct X Technologies
  • Wind River's WindML
  • Other graphic API standards and custom 3D/2D
    software implementations
  • http//www.altsoftware.co
    m/services/software/3d.php
  • Developed Coral reference design
  • Targeting avionics and medical
  • Special engineering support

64
Summary
  • Major worldwide commitment to the embedded market
  • Wide product range
  • Industrys first 32-bit network security MCUs,
    MB9140x series
  • Extend multiplex technology from CAN and LIN to
    FlexRay
  • Fujitsus support of ZigBee standard
  • Industry leader, Fujitsu graphics display
    controllers
  • Biometric sensor ICs MBF200, MBF310
  • New WiMAX SoC to be announced on April 21, 2005,
    at the Broadband Wireless World, Las Vegas
  • See us at booth 916

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