The SuperH line of microcontrollers (really full up processors now) was originally developed by Hitachi. They have found wide use in applications spanning printer controllers to automobile control systems. Renesas just announced yet another member of the SuperH family. The SH7264 and SH7262 both include the now common SH-2A RISC core running at 144MHz as well as a FPU, but now integrate up to 1Mbyte of SRAM on die as well as many video functions.
These chips can now drive displays without the need of external RAM, saving cost, and board space. Expect to see them in such things as car navigation systems, copy machines and the like.