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Zilog Releases New Z8 ENCORE! XP F6482 Microcontroller for High Performance and Low Power Applications

Zilog Releases New Z8 ENCORE! XP F6482 Microcontroller for High Performance and Low Power Applications
Zilog, Inc. today introduced its Z8 Encore! XP F6482 Series MCU, the latest in Zilog’s line of Z8 Encore! XP Flash microcontroller products. These F6482 Series products are based on Zilog’s advanced 8-bit eZ8 CPU core and are optimized for low-power and wireless applications, supporting 1.8V to 3.6V low-voltage operations with extremely low Active, Halt, and Stop Mode currents, and offering an assortment of speed and low power options. 
11th November 2014

Platform adds safety to home appliance interfaces

Atmel has introduced the QTouch safety platform for capacitive touch-enabled user interfaces in the home appliance market. The platform adds mandatory safety and supports the Atmel SMART ARM Cortex-M0+ based MCUs for safety critical home appliance applications.
11th November 2014

Open development environment combines MCUs with advanced components

With its STM32 Open Development Environment, STMicroelectronics has created an efficient development path for innovative products by combining the popular STM32 MCU family with other leading-edge ST components that provide key functions needed for IoT and other applications.
11th November 2014


Slimline application processor suits wearables

Slimline application processor suits wearables
  With the launch of the TZ1021MBG application processor, Toshiba has expanded its ApPLite family. Applications for the device include activity monitors, smart watches, smart-wristbands and smart-glasses, as well as other wearable products.
10th November 2014

PRU software support makes for easy real-time programming

The Programmable Real-time Unit (PRU) on Texas Instruments' Sitara processors enables customers to differentiate their products by offloading real-time processing from the ARM core. A 200MHz low-latency multicore co-processor, the PRU is optimised for deterministic, real-time processing, with local peripherals and memory which allows customers to save time and money by removing costly FPGAs or ASICs from system designs.
7th November 2014

ARM's MCU architecture to dominate IoT market, says Semicast

ARM's MCU architecture to dominate IoT market, says Semicast
The Semicast study 'Opportunities for ARM in Embedded Processing' suggests that shipments for ARM in IoT applications are set to grow to about 12bn units in 2018, from fewer than 3bn in 2010 and under 1bn in 2006. Units for ARM-based MCUs in IoT applications are forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 32% from 2010 to 2018, compared with 11% for ARM-based SoCs.
7th November 2014

MCUs require 3µA for continuous sensor listening

MCUs require 3µA for continuous sensor listening
  NXP Semiconductors has unveiled the LPC54100 series of MCUs, designed for ‘always-on’ sensor processing. According to NXP, the series boasts unmatched power efficiency, and consumes an average of 20% less power than its closest competitors.
7th November 2014

MCUs' smart analogue enables measurement accuracy

MCUs' smart analogue enables measurement accuracy
A series of industrial MCUs, integrated with smart analogue for high accuracy, precision and cost savings, has been released by Texas Instruments. Operating from -40 to +105°C, the MSP430i204x series of MCUs meet the temperature requirements of industrial and smart grid applications.
6th November 2014

HMI kit accelerates prototyping process

HMI kit accelerates prototyping process
Based on the RX63N and RX631 groups of MCUs, the ‘Display it! – RX HMI Solution Kit' has been released by Renesas Electronics Europe. Accelerating the prototyping and decision-making process, the 32-bit MCU RX based solution kit enables engineers to quickly evaluate and demonstrate HMI tools.
6th November 2014

'World's first' ARM Cortex-M7 MCU produces 1000CoreMarks

'World's first' ARM Cortex-M7 MCU produces 1000CoreMarks
STMicroelectronics has introduced an extension of its STM32 family of MCUs with the STM32 F7 MCU series, leveraging the ARM Cortex-M7 core, which is hailed as ARM’s most powerful Cortex-M processor. The STM32 F7 series leapfrogs the industry’s previous high-performance 32-bit Cortex-M leader, ST's STM32 F4, delivering up to twice as much processing and DSP performance that is accessible via a seamless upgrade path.
3rd November 2014


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