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No, really; instruction timings, memory access speeds, contents of system control co-processor registers, core features, etc, all differ wildly. Sheeva's a marketing term, and their efforts to merge the multiple different core designs (such as XScale and Ferocean) under one roof.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 2/9/09 1:09AM
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