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Intel MCS-96

The Intel MCS-96 is a family of microcontrollers commonly used in embedded systems. The family is often referred to as the 8xC196 family, or 80196, the most popular MCU in the family. These MCUs are commonly used in hard disk drives, modems, printers, pattern recognition and motor control. In 2007, Intel announced the discontinuance of the entire MCS-96 family of microcontrollers. Intel noted that There are no direct replacements for these components and a redesign will most likely be necessary.
The MCS® 96 microcontroller family includes products for high-speed input/output, motor control, CAN products and event processing. Another benefit you have with these products is that they are now available in wafer form. If you are in need of bare die or the product in a package that Intel does not offer, then your solution is to purchase wafers.