What's your point? What sort of answer are you looking for?
This came up a year ago:
There are probably other posts you could find with the right search of this forum.
The "future" is ARM. That's been obvious for a long time and for a lot of reasons.
If the "future" is ARM, then NXP isn´t interested in ColdFire architecture. Therefore, NXP will not develop new processors and this architecture will die when the current processors will lose support (Product Longevity) and there aren´t more stocks.
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