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Intelligent SoC introduce secure Linux micro modules

Intelligent SoC introduce secure Linux micro modules
Intelligent SoC has today announced the introduction of two new secure Linux micro modules, featuring 1x 10/100BaseT, and 2x 10/100BaseT, Ethernet ports, respectively. The ISGB014 and ISGB300 modules are built upon an ARM9 processor fully compatible with the Freescale iMX28x family. The Linux micro modules feature 512 MBytes of FLASH, 128 MBytes DDR2 memory, are Linux Kernel 2.6.35 ready and include all the necessary electronics to develop a variety of applications in communications and industrial control.
28th August 2013

Microchip expands eXtreme low power MCU portfolio

This video from Microchip Technology provides a quick capsule overview of the new PIC24FKL family of low-cost and full-featured 16-bit PIC MCU's.
23rd August 2013

Rochester re-introduces AMD’s 9513 time controlling chip

Rochester re-introduces AMD’s 9513 time controlling chip
Rochester Electronics has continued to manufacture the 9513 time controlling chips from AMD since its End-Of-Life notification more than a decade ago. AMD’s 9513 time controlling chip is an LSI circuit designed for many types of counting, sequencing and timing applications across an array of industries.
21st August 2013


Total microprocessor sales to rise 8% despite continued PC slump

Total microprocessor sales to rise 8% despite continued PC slump
IC Insights has released its Mid-Year Update of The McClean Report 2013, finding that total microprocessor sales are now expected to increase 8% in 2013 after rising just 2% in 2012. Worldwide microprocessor sales are set to reach a record-high $61.0 billion in 2013 mostly due to strong demand for tablet computers and cellphones with Internet connections. However, the ongoing slump in standard personal computers, including notebook PCs, is once again dragging down overall MPU growth this year.
16th August 2013

Freescale Kinetis L series MCUs energy efficiency benchmark

This video from Freescale Semiconductor shows the energy efficiency of the new Kinetis L series microcontrollers compared to other market-leading alternatives.
13th August 2013

Rochester reintroduce Intel power microcontroller

Rochester reintroduce Intel power microcontroller
Rochester Electronics has been authorized to continue supplying Intel's TP80C51FA since its end-of-life notification eight years ago. As part of its Extension-of-Life Solutions, Rochester Electronics continues to manufacture and stock Intel's TP80C51FA Power Microcontroller, which is from the MCS 51 controller family.
7th August 2013

IAR embedded tools support new Kinetis E series MCUs

IAR embedded tools support new Kinetis E series MCUs
IAR Systems have today announced comprehensive support for the highly efficient, newly introduced Kinetis E series microcontrollers from Freescale Semiconductor. IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM, a complete set of high-performance tools for embedded development, provides this support.
6th August 2013

Freescale launch industrial-grade 32-bit MCUs

Freescale launch industrial-grade 32-bit MCUs
Freescale Semiconductor has today introduced the industry’s first 5V 32-bit microcontrollers built on the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor. Providing high efficiency and optimal code density, the new Kinetis E series MCUs feature electromagnetic noise immunity for systems that traditionally use 8- and 16-bit MCUs (white goods and industrial applications).
5th August 2013

Silicon Labs introduce highly integrated 8-bit MCUs optimized for motor control

Silicon Labs introduce highly integrated 8-bit MCUs optimized for motor control
Silicon Labs has announced the introduction of new feature-rich 8-bit microcontrollers, the C8051F85x/6x series. Optimized for cost-sensitive motor control applications, the new highly integrated MCUs provide best-in-class analog and communications peripherals and high performance. Other features of the new MCUs include flash sizes ranging from 2 kB to 8 kB, small-footprint packaging and cost-effective pricing. The C8051F85x/6x MCUs are intended for use in BLDC motor control applications used in remote-control helicopters and cars, PC and electric fans, electric tools and small appliances.
2nd August 2013

0.9V low voltage standard flash MCUs incorporate PMIC functions

0.9V low voltage standard flash MCUs incorporate PMIC functions
Holtek announces its new 0.9V Low Voltage standard flash MCU, HT66F01xL series. Incorporating integrated power management IC functions, the new microcontrollers are especially designed for single-cell battery applications. By integrating the usually required peripheral circuits, these new devices offer the advantages of reduced component area, simplified components and reduced battery count, allowing them to meet the needs of today’s environmentally friendly products.
23rd July 2013


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