The Propeller 2 was started by Chip in 2006, 14 years ago. Today, we approved the P2X8C4M64P for production at ON Semiconductor! Save-the-date (Q2 2020) for P2 launch party in Rocklin, CA coming soon! Have you ever worked on a project that took this amount of time?
Propeller 2 (P2X8C4M64P-ES) being placed on a 191-unit run of evaluation boards. To be available Friday, November 8th along with P2 4-packs and accessory boards. Sign up for P2 Community news for updates.
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That’s great news. Thought they gave up on it. The P8x32A was/is a great chip!