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Simplifying power delivery in USB Type-C charging market

Simplifying power delivery in USB Type-C charging market
Microchip announces two new solutions that simplify USB Type-C PD designs to remove the traditional complexity and high costs associated with implementing USB Type-C in a range of applications. As one of the industry’s first USB-IF-certified USB 3.1 SmartHub devices with integrated support for Power Delivery (TID1212), the USB705x family enables fast device charging and introduces unique PD implementations called HostFlexing and PDBalancing. 
29th August 2019

Serial memory controller for data centre computing

Serial memory controller for data centre computing
As the computational demands of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning workloads accelerate, traditional parallel attached DRAM memory has presented a major roadblock for next-generation CPUs, which require an increased number of memory channels to deliver more memory bandwidth.
7th August 2019

Enhancing system architecture implementation for AI applications

Enhancing system architecture implementation for AI applications
As artificial intelligence (AI) processing moves from the cloud to the edge of the network, battery powered and deeply embedded devices are challenged to perform AI functions, like computer vision and voice recognition. Microchip Technology, via its Silicon Storage Technology (SST) subsidiary, is addressing this challenge.
7th August 2019


Introducing the SMC 1000 8x25G serial memory controller

In this video, Jay Bennett, Product Marketing Manager from Microchip explains that the company is entering the memory infrastructure space with the first member of the smart memory controller product family, the SMC 1008.
6th August 2019

Win a Microchip dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board

Win a Microchip dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board
Win a Microchip dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board (DM330028). The dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board is a cost effective development and demonstration platform for the dsPIC33CH128MP508 family of dual core high performance digital signal controllers. The dsPIC33CH has one core that is designed to function as a master while the other is designed as a slave.
26th July 2019

Win a Microchip SAM L21 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit

Win a Microchip SAM L21 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit
Win a Microchip SAM L21 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit (ATSAML21-XPRO-B) from Microchip. The SAM L21 Xplained Pro evaluation kit is for evaluating and prototyping with the ultra low power SAM L21 ARM Cortex-M0+ based microcontrollers. Microchip SAM L family of microcontrollers are built with innovative picoPower Technology to deliver low power consumption down to 25µA/MHz in active mode, under 100nA in sleep mode and fast wake-up times of 1.2uS.
26th July 2019

Win a LAN7430 PCIe 3.1 Ethernet Bridge Evaluation Board

Win a LAN7430 PCIe 3.1 Ethernet Bridge Evaluation Board
We have teamed up with Microchip to give our readers a chance to win a LAN7430 PCIe 3.1 Ethernet Bridge Evaluation Board (EVB-LAN7430). Microchip's LAN7430 is a PCIe 3.1 (at 2.5GT/s) to Gigabit Ethernet bridge, providing an ultra high performance and cost effective PCIe to Ethernet connectivity solution for embedded and automotive applications.
26th July 2019

Expanding low power FPGA video and image processing solutions

Expanding low power FPGA video and image processing solutions
Microchip, via its Microsemi subsidiary, has announced its Smart Embedded Vision initiative that provides solutions for designing intelligent machine vision systems with Microchip’s low power PolarFire Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). With the recent announcement, Microchip extends its high resolution smart embedded vision FPGA offerings with new enhanced high speed imaging interfaces, an Intellectual Property (IP) bundle for image processing and an expanded partner ecosystem.
18th July 2019

Flash memory devices to reduce production costs and time to market

Flash memory devices to reduce production costs and time to market
Microchip has announced the introduction of the SST26VF Serial Quad I/O (SQI) 3V Flash family, according to the company, it is the industry’s first NOR Flash devices tooffer integrated MAC address options. Pre-programmed with EUI-48 and EUI-64 addresses, the devices do not have a minimum order requirement, providing cost effective, plug-and-play storage solutions for connected applications that use Ethernet, Bluetooth, WiFi, IEEE 802.15.4 and FireWire.
15th July 2019

Precise atomic clock receives a performance upgrade

Precise atomic clock receives a performance upgrade
Microchip has announced, via its Microsemi subsidiary, the MHM-2020 hydrogen maser atomic clock that improves typical long term stability performance by nearly ten times over the previous generation MHM-2010. Building on the MHM-2010’s long service life and cost of ownership legacy, the MHM-2020 offers an upgraded user experience with a colour touch panel display and secure network management port.
5th July 2019

Fast data rates meet high accuracy in new ADC families

Fast data rates meet high accuracy in new ADC families
Microchip has announced a family of compact ADCs that offer high programmable data rates of up to 153.6kSPS. The 24-bit MCP356x and 16-bit MCP346x delta-sigma ADC families offer faster programmable data rates over similar devices on the market while providing high accuracy and lower noise performance. Available in a tiny 3x3mm UQFN-20 package, these highly integrated ADCs meet increasing demand for small packaging in space-constrained applications such as portable instrumentation devices.
4th July 2019

PCIe clock buffers designed for next-gen servers and data centres

PCIe clock buffers designed for next-gen servers and data centres
Microchip has announced four new 20-output differential clock buffers that exceed PCIe Gen 5 jitter standards for next-generation data centre applications. The ZL40292 (85Ω termination) and ZL40293 (100Ω termination) are specifically designed to meet the new DB2000Q specification while the ZL40294 (85Ω termination) and ZL40295 (100Ω termination) are designed to meet the DB2000QL industry standard. These new devices also meet PCIe Gen 1, 2, 3 and 4 specifications.
3rd July 2019

High wattage wireless power solution

This video explains a 100-200W inductive wireless power transmitter/receiver solution.
10th June 2019

eSPI bus technology supports new computing with next-gen chipsets

eSPI bus technology supports new computing with next-gen chipsets
  Microchip has announced the first commercially available eSPI-to-LPC bridge. The ECE1200 bridge allows developers to implement the eSPI standard in boards with legacy LPC connectors and peripherals. This allows the developers to implement the eSPI standard while preserving large investments in legacy LPC equipment and substantially minimising development costs and risk.
30th May 2019

Cost-effective, eight-port switch supports PoE standard

Cost-effective, eight-port switch supports PoE standard
A cost-effective eight-port Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch which provides guaranteed power of 60W per port for all eight ports simultaneously has been announced by Microchip Technology, via its Microsemi subsidiary. Suitable for digital ceiling installations, the IEEE 802.3bt-compliant PDS-408G PoE switch runs noise-free with a fanless design.
21st May 2019

Shipment of 25 billionth MCU coincides with Microchip’s 30th anniversary

Shipment of 25 billionth MCU coincides with Microchip’s 30th anniversary
Microcontroller units (MCUs) continue to bring functional flexibility to ever-changing application requirements, and today’s top suppliers within the industrial, automotive and consumer markets consistently leverage the technology’s low power and high performance capabilities for a wide variety of applications. As the number one developer of 8-bit MCUs and a top five developer of other MCU products, Microchip Technology dominates the space - delivering its 25 billionth MCU alongside its 30th anniversary.
20th May 2019

Enhanced TimeProvider 4100 family adds 10 Gigabit Ethernet support

Enhanced TimeProvider 4100 family adds 10 Gigabit Ethernet support
Microchip has announced via its Microsemi subsidiary, additions to its Precision Time Protocol (PTP) PackeTime portfolio, including the TimeProvider 4100 Release 2.0. The additions provide solutions to one of the biggest 5G network deployment challenges of synchronising higher volumes of more densely packed base stations. Another challenge is keeping services operating through Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) lapses due to vulnerabilities such as jamming, spoofing or loss of signal.
17th May 2019

Power management and monitoring solutions

Microchip's power management solutions include DC-DC controllers and regulators, MOSFETs and MOSFET drivers, voltage supervisors and references and power modules that enable you to increase power density, extend battery life and provide high performance in the most demanding applications.
10th May 2019

Win an AVR-IoT WG Development Board from Microchip

Win an AVR-IoT WG Development Board from Microchip
  Microchip are giving the Electronic Specifier readers the chance to win an AVR-IoT WG Development Board (AC164160) and make it easy to deploy IoT devices to Google Cloud IoT Core’s artificial intelligence and machine learning infrastructure.
16th April 2019

Create a higher resolution servo driver on a PIC microcontroller

Have you ever realised that you need higher PWM resolution for your application but don't want to purchase a new part?
16th April 2019


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