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32-bit multicore SoC debugger set for Embedded World show

32-bit multicore SoC debugger set for Embedded World show
PLS Programmierbare Logik & Systeme is exhibiting the Universal Debug Engine (UDE) 4.2 at embedded world 2014 (Feb 25-27) in Nuremberg. The UDE 4.2 features enhanced control and test methods for multicore targets, optimised visualisation options during system level testing as well as dedicated support for a wide range of the latest 32-bit multicore SoCs from various manufacturers.
27th January 2014

Rochester re-introduces the 80960 by Intel 32-bit microprocessor

Rochester re-introduces the 80960 by Intel 32-bit microprocessor
The 80960MC 32-bit microprocessor was originally manufactured by Intel as an enhanced version of the i960 series and enjoyed great commercial success in a host of embedded applications. With 512-byte instruction cache, a built-in interrupt controller, an integrated floating-point unit and a memory management unit, the 80960MC is a versatile and high-demand chip which Rochester is excited to support with full authorization from Intel.
8th January 2014

Flexible MCUs enable late system design changes

Flexible MCUs enable late system design changes
Allowing developers to address late design changes to their system, the LPC11E37H and LPC11U37H microcontrollers from NXP include an I/O Handler peripheral. The microcontrollers provide designers with the flexibility to add incremental peripheral functionality at any point during the design cycle.
7th January 2014


Smart sports watch uses Giant Gecko MCU

Smart sports watch uses Giant Gecko MCU
Silicon Labs announced that Magellan has selected the EFM32 Giant Gecko microcontroller as the energy-friendly processing platform for the company's Echo smart sports watch, the the first “open” smart sports watch platform that enables application developers to augment their apps to be viewed on and controlled from the wrist.
6th January 2014

Sensor hub enhances the consumer experience

Sensor hub enhances the consumer experience
Designed to offload sensor management from the main processor, Hillcrest Labs introduce the SH-1 sensor hub providing ‘always on’ features including context awareness and gesture recognition which augment the consumer experience and minimise system power consumption. Hillcrest’s software will be paired with a cost-effective, low power SAM D20 ARM Cortex M0+ based microcontroller from Atmel, accelerating time to market for device manufacturers.
6th January 2014

Updated development tools for 8-bit microcontrollers

Updating the popular toolchain to version 6.30, IAR has announced the new version of its complete C/C++ development toolchain, IAR Embedded Workbench for AVR. This version includes improved compiler optimizations as well as new device support and updated user guides.
19th December 2013

STMicroelectronics joins ARM mbed project

STMicroelectronics has joined the ARM mbed Project, which will give developers using ST’s STM32 microcontroller range (which are based on the ARM Cortex-M processor series) free access to the mbed software, development tools and online collaboration platform. This enables them to realise their own visions for the new wave of intelligent electronics products.
19th December 2013

The industry's highest performance dual-core MCUs

The industry's highest performance dual-core MCUs
Setting a new performance standard for MCU performance in high-end industrial applications, Texas Instruments have today introduced the new C2000 Delfino 32-bit F2837xD microcontroller. Featuring floating-point performance of 800 MIPS, these new MCUs are ideal for applications requiring real-time signal analysis, such as high-end servo drives, solar central inverters, industrial uninterruptable power supplies and more.
12th December 2013

Texas Instruments enables “Haptics for Everyone”

Texas Instruments enables “Haptics for Everyone”
With the new MSP430TCH5E haptics-enabled microcontrollers, Texas Instruments is expanding its capacitive touch solutions portfolio. The industry’s most flexible haptics and capacitive touch combo solution on one chip, engineers can use the MSP430TCH5E to add vibrational feedback to all capacitive touch buttons, sliders and wheels on mobile computing and gaming devices, smart TV remotes, cameras, printers, industrial control panels, point-of-sale terminals and toys.
11th December 2013

The balance of power

The balance of power
Implementing innovative memory solutions may help add stability to the power/performance balancing act developers must not endure when selecting a new MCU. Philip Ling, ES Design magazine Editor, explores the issues further in this article.
11th December 2013


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