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Solving Real-Time Problems With Multicore Microcontrollers

Solving Real-Time Problems With Multicore Microcontrollers
This article from ES Design magazine explores solutions for the real-time problems that can occur with multicore microcontrollers. By Ali Dixon, Director, Product Marketing and co-Founder, XMOS.
14th May 2013

We've Got It Covered

We've Got It Covered
The breadth of applications now covered by 32bit devices means IDMs are extending their reach in both directions, to make sure all use-cases are covered, as Philip Ling, Editor of ES Design magazine discovers.
14th May 2013

Energy Micro Announces Energy Efficient EFM32 Wonder Gecko MCU

Energy Micro Announces Energy Efficient EFM32 Wonder Gecko MCU
Energy Micro is shipping its latest and most advanced microcontroller yet, the EFM32 Wonder Gecko, with devices and development kits available immediately. The Wonder Gecko MCU includes the ARM Cortex-M4 processor that provides a full DSP instruction set and a dedicated floating point unit. The EFM32 Wonder Gecko also utilises the extreme low leakage process for ultimate low-power operation in active and sleep modes.
13th May 2013


Microchip Unveil 8-bit PIC MCUs With Intelligent Analogue Integration

Microchip Unveil 8-bit PIC MCUs With Intelligent Analogue Integration
Microchip announces an expansion of its 8-bit PIC16F178X enhanced Mid-Range core microcontroller family with increased Flash memory densities; intelligent analogue and digital peripherals, such as on-chip 12-bit Analogue-to-Digital Converters, 16-bit PWMs, 8-bit and 5-bit Digital-to-Analogue Converters, operational amplifiers, and high-speed comparators with 50 ns response time; in addition to EUSART (including LIN), I2C and SPI interface peripherals.
9th May 2013

Fujitsu expands FM3 32-bit MCUs with new MB9B120J series

Fujitsu expands FM3 32-bit MCUs with new MB9B120J series
Fujitsu has introduced a new series of 32-bit RISC microcontrollers based on the ARM CORTEX -M3 processor, expanding the frujitsu FM3 MCU to roughly 500 products in total. This new MCU series includes the MB9BF121JWQN model, which features low-pin-count QFN packaging and it is optimized for system control in household appliances, office automation systems and industrial equipment. The MCUs announced today are part of the FM3 basic group, which balances performance and cost.
7th May 2013

STMicroelectronics Announce Entry-Level STM32F4 Series Microcontroller

STMicroelectronics Announce Entry-Level STM32F4 Series Microcontroller
STMicroelectronics have today announced the new STM32F401 class-leading microcontroller featuring the ARM Cortex-M4 32-bit/DSP core. While running at lower frequency than other STM32F4 devices, it balances performance, power consumption and integration and claims the lead in its class by offering 105DMIPS at 84MHz, 187µA/MHz active current, 11µA typical STOP current, and a rich set of integrated features.
1st May 2013

Fujitsu Significantly Updates FM3 Family of 32-bit Microcontrollers for a Total of 570 Products

Fujitsu Significantly Updates FM3 Family of 32-bit Microcontrollers for a Total of 570 Products
Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited today announced the launch of an upgraded lineup of its FM3 Family of 32-bit general-purpose RISC microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M3 processor core. In total, Fujitsu Semiconductor is releasing 38 new products, including the MB9BF529TPMC, which is equipped with high-capacity memory, and the MB9BF121JPMC, which features low pin count packaging.
25th April 2013

DP8051 – (even more) fast & configurable 8051

DP8051 – (even more) fast & configurable 8051
The DP8051 is the 5th consecutive uncover of the 8051 IP Cores in Digital Core Design’s portfolio. Like its kinsfolk, it’s described by simplicity, high efficiency and performance. But unlike the competitive designs, it runs Dhrystone 2.1 benchmark program 11.46 to 15.55 times faster, which means, that this Pipelined RISC architecture executes up to 300 million instructions per second.
25th April 2013

LAPIS Semiconductor’s New Mini LP Micros Optimized for Embedded System Control

LAPIS Semiconductor’s New Mini LP Micros Optimized for Embedded System Control
LAPIS Semiconductor is pleased to introduce the ML610Q1xx series of low-cost, feature-rich, low-power microcontrollers. The new Mini Low Power Microcontrollers are especially well suited for embedded applications requiring a very small microcontroller that provides high computational performance and dedicated control functions, yet consumes a minimal amount of power.
24th April 2013

XMOS launches xCORE-Analog industrial multicore microcontrollers

XMOS today launches xCORE-Analog, a range of 6, 8, 10, 12 and 16-core multicore microcontrollers optimized specifically for designers of industrial products. Equipped with an integrated analog-to-digital converter, power management circuitry and a range of timers, the new xCORE-Analog (or ‘A-Series’) devices will be used in a range of industrial products, including smart interfaces, high-level sensors and actuators, PLCs, communications devices and motor controllers.
24th April 2013


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