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Atmel today announced Samsung has selected Atmel's AVR microcontroller-based sensor hub solution for its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, making it among the most responsive smartphones on the market today.
Atmel today announced it has further simplified the MCU design process with the launch of its integrated development tools platform, a complete hardware and software platform specifically designed to support Atmel MCUs and its recently shipping ARMCortex-M4-based SAM4L family.
Atmel Corporation have announced today that Kyocera has selected Atmel to provide touchscreen controllers for its new Rise, Hydro and Digno S smartphones. The Atmel maXTouch mXT112E touchscreen controller is powering both the Kyocera Rise and Hydro 3.5-inch touchscreens, and the Atmel maXTouch mXT224S is powering the Digno S 4.7-inch touchscreen.
Introduction and overview of the Atmel Xplained Pro SAM4L Starter Kit. A walkthrough of the hardware, including how to start programming with Atmel Studio.
Atmel Corporation today announced the company has expanded its third-party ecosystem of tools and software partners for its recently launched ARM Cortex-A5 processor-based family of products. Partner companies include ARM, Timesys, Express Logic and IAR.
Atmel Corporation has today announced that the company will be showcasing a variety of smart, connected applications from the lab environment to the digital living room at Embedded World 2013 held in Nuremberg, Germany, February 26-28, 2013.
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In this video, you'll get an overview of Atmel's SAM4L low-power microcontrollers (MCU), based on the ARM Cortex-M4 core. SAM4L MCUs operate at 90uA/MHz and achieve an efficiency rating of 28 CoreMark/mA. The devices feature an array of power-saving technologies, including Atmel's proprietary picoPower technology. You'll see a demo using the SAM4L-EK evaluation kit.
Atmel Corporation revealed it is shipping production quantities of the Atmel SAMA5D3 series, its highest performance, low-power microprocessor units based on the ARM Cortex-A5 core. The new SAMA5D3 series is designed for embedded applications in the industrial space, including factory and building automation, smart grid, medical and handheld terminals, along with consumer applications such as smart watches, outdoor GPS, DECT phones.
Solution Showcase in Human-Machine Interface applications, such as POS Terminal, Kiosk, Digital Menu Display and Train/Flight Schedule Display, for Atmel's ARM926-based SAM9 microcontrollers.
Atmel and Wasion Group have today announced that the two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop smart electricity meters and data concentrators utilizing highly integrated power line communication solutions developed by Atmel. According to market research firm Pike Research, 17.9 million smart meters have been deployed since Q2 2012, with China as the largest driver.
Atmel has revealed today that it has expanded its ARM Cortex-M4 based Flash family to include the SAM4E series, which features advanced connectivity peripherals, a floating point unit, advanced analog capabilities, and higher processing power. This rich mix of features make the SAM4E devices ideal for the industrial automation, home and building control, machine-to-machine communications, automotive aftermarket and energy management applications.
This introduction video is a demonstration of Mr. Abot, the Atmel robot.
Atmel has today revealed that Samsung has selected Atmel's AVR UC3L microcontroller with patented ultra-low power picoPower technology as its sensor hub management solution for the recently launched Galaxy Note II. Powered by a 1.6GHz quad-core processor, Samsung's Galaxy Note II runs on Android's 4.1 operating system (also known as Jelly Bean), and offers a 5.5-inch, high-definition super AMOLED display with 1,280 x 720 resolution.
Atmel today further simplified the software design process for embedded MCU designers with the introduction of Atmel Gallery, an app store for development tools and embedded software that evolves Atmel Studio 6 into a comprehensive integrated development platform. Atmel is the first company to bring the convenience of an app store to the embedded MCU community.
Atmel Corporation today unveiled a range of microcontroller-based solutions that integrate touch and sensor hub functionality to enable superior user experience for a variety of mobile devices including smartphones, tablets, Ultrabooks and convertible PCs. The new solutions build on Atmel's leading maXTouch controllers and incorporate the company's patented maXFusion sensor fusion technology to address the growing motion sensor market.
The SAM4L-EK is the recommended evaluation kit for all SAM4L devices. It comes with a 256k SAM4L device. The device features both segment LCD controller and USB host and allows you to evaluate all the features of the SAM4L series of devices with a single kit. The board features peripherals to demonstrate the main features of the SAM4L, but also offers expansion possibilities with extension boards.
Atmel today announced the two companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop smart grid solutions using the inter-operative powerline communication standard powerline intelligent metering evolution standard. This MoU is the industry's first agreement between a distribution system operator and technology provider for developing technology solutions using the PRIME standard.
Atmel today showcased the world's first single-chip power line communications-based solution using an ARM Cortex-M4 processor-based microcontroller targeting the rapidly growing PRIME smart metering market at the Metering Billing/CRM Show in Amsterdam.
Atmel today announced that Alf-Egil Bogen, Atmel AVR microcontroller co-inventor, will deliver a keynote address at the World Maker Faire 2012 held at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York, September 29-30, 2012. The company has also been nominated for a 2012 Makey Award for its commitment to the fast-growing Arduino community.
Atmel today set new low-power and efficiency standards for ARM Cortex-M4 processor-based microcontrollers with the launch of the new SAM4L family of devices, based on industry-recognized benchmarks.
Atmel today announced Samsung has selected the Atmel maXTouch mXT1664S controller to power Samsung's recently launched Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet touchscreen. The tablet offers a 10.1-inch WXGA 1280 x 800 touchscreen display driven by Atmel's mXT1664S controller for a superior touch experience. With Atmel's maXTouch technology, users can experience faster responses, higher accuracy including reduced unintended touches, lower device power consumption, brighter displays and better operation with noisy chargers.
MSC Gleichmann and Atmel have announced a joint workshop that will help engineers to port applications based on legacy 8-bit architectures to Atmel's AVR range of microcontrollers. The hands-on workshop will provide delegates with a basic grounding in the AVR architecture, register set and design tools, including the flexible, configurable Xplained range of development kits, and the advanced, intuitive Studio 6 integrated development environment.
Atmel has today unveiled the newest member of the Atmel SPARC V8 processor family and the industry's first radiation-hardened high-performance aerospace microprocessor that can be reconfigured on-the-fly, the Atmel ATF697FF. The ability to reconfigure on-the-fly allows users to make on-going design modifications to satellites, including specification updates, in-flight adjustments during trial flights and post-launch alterations. The new ATF697FF is a unique reconfigurable processor that integrates Atmel's proven RAD Hard AT697F processor and reconfigurable ATF280F (FPGA) unit in a single multichip module. With this MCM solution approach, engineers can reduce overall system cost and save space on the printed circuit board.
Atmel unveiled today two new families of Serial EEPROM products. The Atmel AT24MAC and AT24CS devices can be used in a variety of market segments including Internet-connected devices, consumer, white goods, industrial, medical, communications, media, lighting, home automation, computing, telecom and security applications. The new devices are drop-in compatible with existing Atmel Serial EEPROM devices. The AT24MAC series of devices provide pre-programmed Media Access Control/Extended Unique Identifier node identity addresses, alleviating the need for customers to program their own MAC/EUI addresses and maintain the associated complex databases, making it simpler, faster, and less expensive to develop Internet-connected products of all types.
Atmel Corporation today announced that Ingenico has selected Atmel maXTouch touchscreen controllers for its Ingenico iWL200 Series portable payment terminals with touch capability. The new Ingenico terminals are the most compact touchscreen-based systems on the market, delivering the advanced audio, video and touchscreen functionality that merchants need to transform a point-of-sale opportunity into a point-of-services for their customers.
Atmel Corporation , annonce l'ouverture ce jour de l'enregistrement des inscriptions à la conférence Atmel Technology Live (ATL), sa première conférence développeurs, qui se tiendra du 11 au 13 septembre 2012 au Centre de Conventions de San Jose, Californie.
Atmel Corporation today announced it is accepting registrations for Atmel Technology Live (ATL), the company's first developers' conference that will be held September 11-13, 2012, at the San Jose Convention Center.
See how revolutionary new Atmel XSense touch sensors can bring touch functionality to a wider array of consumer and industrial products. OEMs will be able to create larger, lighter, sleeker, curved and edgeless designs.
Atmel Corporation today announced that it is sampling to select customers XSense, its revolutionary, highly flexible film-based touch sensor. XSense touch sensors will not only enable a new generation of smartphones and tablets, but also extend touch capabilities into a wider array of new consumer and industrial products.
Atmel Corporation today launched the 2012 Atmel Robotics Contest (ARC) through the Atmel University Program. University students 18 years or older in North America, South America and Europe are invited to develop a battery-powered 3D version of the Atmel robot 'Mel' using Arduino's 4WD platform and Atmel components. Contestants can either work on their own or team up with other university students.
Atmel® Corporation today announced 14 new devices in its widely adopted Atmel AVR microcontroller (MCU) family, providing more options to meet unique design requirements. Used by well over 100,000 engineers worldwide, AVR microcontrollers are regarded for their performance, power efficiency and flexibility across many application areas.
Atmel Corporation today continued its commitment to deliver innovative new solutions to the ARM market with the introduction of Atmel Studio 6, the latest version of its popular integrated development environment (IDE) that now supports both Atmel 32-bit ARM Cortex-M series processor-based and Atmel 8/32-bit AVR based microcontrollers (MCUs). For the first time, the extensive AVR customer base of more than 100,000 engineers and the designers of ARM Cortex-M series processor-based applications have all of the tools required to develop and debug Atmel MCU applications in a single, seamless environment.
Atmel® Corporation today announced the availability of its new maXTouch S Series family of touchscreen controllers, the next generation of the company's breakthrough unlimited touch technology. The new device family is ideal for the design of innovative and intuitive touchscreen interfaces of up to 17" diagonal for products including smartphones, tablets, digital cameras, e-readers and other applications.
Atmel Corporation has announced that Samsung has selected Atmel's maXTouch® E Series solution to power their new Samsung Focus Flash 1677 and Samsung Focus S 1937. The Samsung Focus Flash runs on Windows® 7.5 Mango OS and also includes a large 3.7" Super AMOLED™ display, touch-enabled by Atmel's E Series, allowing for a richer color display and market-leading touch response and device performance rates.
Atmel Corporation has announced the release of 13 new devices in 3 different product series in its 32-bit AVR UC3 product portfolio. The award-winning AVR UC3 microcontroller (MCUs) feature high performance, digital signal processing (DSP) instructions, USB connectivity, secure encryption and capacitive touch support. In addition to new devices in the existing UC3 L and UC3 A Series, a new UC3 D Series of MCUs is now available. Atmel's AVR UC3 product portfolio now includes:
Atmel® Corporation, the City of San Jose, and Team San Jose, the manager of the convention center and convention and visitors bureau, today announced the 2012 Atmel Technology Live (ATL) developer conference scheduled for three days beginning on September 11, 2012. This conference is an exclusive opportunity for developers to interact with the experts behind the products and solutions Atmel offers. From formal and informal discussions to hands-on workshops and demos, ATL is primed to deliver what developers need to sharpen their technical expertise.
Atmel Corporation has announced a complete Digital Audio Platform for consumer, automotive and industrial applications. The Atmel Digital Audio Platform offers audio equipment and mobile accessory OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) a complete hardware and firmware solution that greatly simplifies the task of designing high-quality digital audio equipment. The new Digital Audio Platform is implemented with the Atmel AVR® UC3 microcontrollers specifically tailored for audio applications such as smartphone and media player docking stations.
Atmel Corporation has announced it has achieved the touch controller market's longest proximity sensing range of over 10 inches (25cm) with the QTouch AT42QT2120. A longer sensing range enables a system to wake up as an object or finger approaches the system. The system then turns on the backlight or boots up when touch operation commences. The Atmel QT2120 is ideal for applications in automotive, computing, consumer, industrial, medical and white and brown goods requiring proximity capability.
Atmel Corporation has announced sampling of the Atmel SAM4S16, the first device in the Cortex -M4 processor-based family, to lead customers. With a continued commitment to its ARM® processor-based microcontroller (MCU) offerings, Atmel is also unveiling its fifth generation Cortex-M4 based Flash MCUs. Throughout 2012, the Atmel SAM3 and SAM4 families will quadruple the Atmel Cortex-M product portfolio to nearly 200 ARM-based microcontrollers and will include devices with on-chip memory densities of up to 2MB Flash, 192KB of SRAM and extensive peripherals including high-speed USB. Several devices in the new Atmel ARM Cortex-M4 Flash family will also include a floating point unit (FPU) expanding the Atmel ARM processor-based device offering into the Digital Signal Controller (DSC) market.
Atmel Corporation has announced it is adding an LCD controller to devices in the popular AVR XMEGA microcontroller family. The integration of an LCD controller offers designers reduced design complexity and lower overall system cost, while providing ultra-low power consumption for applications including smart meters, home automation, power tools and other applications that require a user interface.
Atmel Signals today announced that system engineers can easily implement 802.11n Wi-Fi to all Atmel AVR and ARM based microcontrollers using Redpine Signals' Connect-io-n and n-Link modules. System engineers for Atmel AVR XMEGA and AVR UC3 MCU families and Atmel SAM3 and SAM9 ARM-based MCU families can now integrate Wi-Fi capability for a variety of embedded systems in building automation, metering, digital audio and medical applications.
Atmel Corporation announced they are collaborating on several development boards using Atmel AVR and ARM-based microcontroller products. The new easy-to-use Arduino boards use several Atmel products including the Cortex-M3-based SAM3U MCU, ATmega32U4 and AVR UC3 MCUs.
Atmel® Corporation announced that the Atmel maXTouch® mXT1386 is the first touch controller to enable touch performance with Microsoft® Corp.'s new touch-centric operating system, Windows® 8. The mXT1386 controller is used in the Samsung® Windows Developer Preview PC. Leveraging Atmel's proven maXTouch technology, the mXT1386 is the first device in Atmel's maXTouch family that will support Windows 8 for touchscreens in a variety of sizes.
Atmel® Corporation have announced the new family of QTouch® capacitive touch controllers is International Electrotechnical Commission and European Standards 60730 ready for the rapidly growing home appliance market. IEC/EN 60730 standards cover mechanical, electrical, electronic, EMC, and abnormal operation of appliances. These certifications assure safe operation within an appliance if a fault within the system is detected by shutting it down.
Atmel Corporation has announced the availability of two stand-alone LIN (local interconnect network) transceiver ICs in DFN packages. Compared to standard SO8 packages at 5mm x 6.5mm, the DFN14 package for the ATA6670 measures at 3mm x 4.5mm, while the DFN8 package for the ATA6663 measures at 3mm x 3mm, saving about 75 percent of the overall PCB area. Space and cost savings are critical for LIN bus networking applications such as automotive body electronic systems, including door modules, seat control, intelligent sensors or powertrain applications. Since both DFN packages are pin-compatible, customers can use either the single- or the dual-LIN transceiver on the same PCB design without any changes.
Atmel has announced Samsung has selected the Atmel maXTouch mXT224E controller to power its next-generation Galaxy S II touchscreen. The mXT224E, a device in the new maXTouch E-series, offers advanced noise rejection and suppression to enable thinner touchscreen stacks, such as "on-cell" where a touch sensor is patterned directly on the color filter of the display. The support of "on-cell" and other thin touchscreen constructions enable manufacturers—such as Samsung with the Galaxy S II smartphone—to take cutting-edge designs faster-to-market so consumers can enjoy sleeker, thinner, brighter touchscreen handsets.
Atmel today announced five new devices to the Atmel SAM9 ARM926-based family of microcontrollers (MCUs). The new SAM9 devices target applications in industrial and building control, HVAC, Point of Sale (POS) terminals, printers and medical devices, smart grid with data concentrators, human machine interfaces (HMI) and machine-to-machine (M2M) market segments.
The AVR XMEGA devices from Atmel is an 8/16-bit microcontroller family designed for high system performance and low power consumption.