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What does SCU stand for?

SCU stands for System Controller Unit (Hekimian)

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GT-96100A and GT-96101A Features The GT-96100A provides all of the interfaces required to bridge the LAN with the Internet infrastructure and combines most of the common functions found in multi-service access routers into a single chip including: -- System Controller Unit - 64-bit MIPS CPU interface, 100MHz SDRAM and device controller, PCI bridge, four general purpose DMA controllers -- WAN Packet Processor Unit - eight 55Mbps multi-protocol serial controllers, 16 serial DMA engines, and four Flex-TDM time slot assigners -- LAN Interface Unit - two Fast Ethernet MACs including a packet filtering and quality-of-service engine The GT-96101A, similar to the GT-96100A, is used to increase the number of WAN ports in systems such as DSL access multiplexers (DSLAMs).
In addition to managing solar array output, battery charging, and power distribution to the IMAGE spacecraft and science payload, the PDU: 1) receives commands from the System Controller Unit (SCU) over a MIL-STD-1553 serial data bus, 2) reports Health and Status Telemetry to the SCU over the 1553 bus, 3) controls the Torque Rod current for the Attitude Control System (ACS), 4) controls power to the Thermal Subsystem heaters, including payload survival heaters, and 5) turns the MagLatch relay drivers on and off.
The First Horizon Family Products: the GT-96100 and GT-96101 The GT-96100 combines most multi-service access router functions into a single chip: -- The System Controller Unit that consists of a high performance MIPS CPU interface, SDRAM controller with data integrity support, and 64-bit/66MHz PCI interface that can be configured as two independent 32-bit interfaces.