SuperH support


SuperH is RISC based and found in a large number of embedded systems, including Sega consoles such as the Sega Dreamcast. SuperH was first developed by Hitachi as the successor of the H8 Family and was outsourced to a SuperH Inc., owned by Hitachi and ST Microelectronics. Nowadays the CPU family is supported and designed by Renesas.

The SuperH processor is often used for graphic intensive embedded systems.

Primary developer:
Valentin Ziegler, ExactCODE GmbH
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