ARM9-based general-purpose Flash microcontroller
STMicroelectronics has combined Ethernet connectivity, an ARM9E processor core, and large embedded SRAM and Flash memories in a general-purpose Flash microcontroller family.
Micro-based module had loads of memory
The Mity Mite is the latest addition to Icop Technology UK’s growing range of microprocessor based modules. Powered by a 386SX-40MHz System-on-Chip CPU, the Mity Mite provides 4MB of onboard EDO RAM supported by 512KB of onboard Flash with X-DOS pre-install.
Use the Web to match microcontrollers to your needs
Computer Solutions has added a self-selection search capability to its Micro-Search web-based 8051 microcontroller database, allowing users to specify in detail those features they require in a micro for their application.
Host Bridge for PowerPC® Now in Production
Tundra Semiconductor Corporation (TSX: TUN), the leader in System Interconnect, today announced that the Tundra Tsi109 Host Bridge, what is said to be the industry’s highest performing host bridge for PowerPC, is in full production. With several host bridges in production and with numerous development platforms available, Tundra is becoming recognized as a market leader of high performance host bridges that meet the performance, power and desi...
Fast and flexible 8051-based microcontroller
Ramtron International has previewed its new VRS51L2xxx at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose, California. The VRS51L2xxx, which is the newest series in the Versa 8051 MCU family, is a fully integrated, high performance system-on-chip with an advanced 40-MIPS, single cycle 8051-core, a JTAG program/debug interface, digital signal processing (DSP) extensions and a robust digital peripheral set.
IAR Systems announces support for new microcontroller
IAR Systems has announced what the company claims to be the first independent development tools supporting Luminary Micro’s Stellaris™ family of microcontrollers. The Stellaris family features the ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller core.
Small Form Factor MCU makes the most of a 5 x 5 mm package
Silicon Laboratories microcontrollers has introduced a new MCU that integrates up to 32 kB Flash memory and high-performance analog peripherals, including a SmaRTClock with failsafe recovery features, into a compact 5 x 5 mm package. Its small size makes it ideal for portable equipment, instrumentation and measurement devices, consumer medical products and industrial meters.