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10th October 2014
Solution brings Internet services to USB devices

SEGGER has released a complete USB to Internet solution. It uses the RNDIS USB class, and enables developers to transform low-end stand-alone products into connected devices with the same functionality as other devices on a local network. With an appropriate application server in the firmware of a USB-connected device, any internet service on the host computer can access it.

25th September 2014
J-Link & middleware products support ARM Cortex-M7

To enable quick product development, SEGGER has announced support for the ARM Cortex-M7 architecture. The company's industry standard J-Link debug probes and middleware products, including embOS and the emSecure Digital Signature Library, are now Cortex-M7 ready. This has enabled SEGGER to provide Cortex-M7 J-Link and middleware support to Atmel, STMicroelectronics, and Freescale. 

29th August 2014
RTOS's tickless support reduces MCU power consumption

Supporting the increased efficiency and reduced power consumption required for modern embedded systems, SEGGER has added tickless low power support to its embOS RTOS. Stopping the periodic system tick interrupt during idle periods, the new support enables the timer to be reprogrammed to spend as much time as possible in low power mode.

26th August 2014
Digital signature software prevents cloning

EmSecure, a digital signature software package designed specifically for embedded systems, has been released by SEGGER Microcontroller. Featuring a selection of easy-to-use functions, the software package allows the developer to easily add a digital signature to a product.

25th June 2013
SEGGER J-Link supports Cortex-M0+ based Atmel SAM D20

SEGGER enables debug support for Atmel’s new Cortex-M0+ based microcontroller SAM D20 from day one with the J-Link family of debug probes. The SAM D20 is the first device from Atmel based on the low-power processor Cortex-M0+ from ARM.

Test & Measurement
14th June 2013
SEGGER J-Link – First Debug Probe supporting Infineon’s Single Pin Debug Interface

SEGGER has added support for Infineon’s Single Pin Debug Interface for the XMC1000-series of Infineon Technologies to the J-Link family of debug probes. The J-Link is the only commercial debug probe in the market capable of connecting to a device with the SPD-interface.

26th March 2013
J-Link Flash Download Technology breaks Speed Record

SEGGER's J-Link achieves a new speed record in programming flash memory. The new technology achieves a performance very close to the maximum speed possible while fully maintaining the highest standards in reliability. The SEGGER flash loaders include a verification of each block written and final checksum verification to guarantee proper operation.

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