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Embedded USB software stacks roll for Atmel ARM MCUs

Posted: 23 Aug 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Jungo Software? Atmel? USBware Embedded USB Software Stacks? AT91 Smart ARM?

Jungo Software Technologies' USBware Embedded USB Software Stacks are now available for Atmel Corp.'s AT91 Smart ARM microcontrollers (MCUs). Compliant with USB specifications, Jungo's host and device stacks provide production ready, and fully featured implementations of the USB standard protocols and device class drivers.

"USBWare provides a simple and ready-to-use USB stack solution for our ARM microcontrollers," commented Jean-Christophe Zettel, manager of Atmel's ARM-based MCU application group. "The composite classes for the USB devices, the OHCI stacks for small RTOS and the wide range of operating systems supported make USBware a very attractive solution for the majority of the system designers working with AT91 microcontrollers."

The AT91 ARM7- and ARM9-based MCUs include on-chip device and host USB functionality and come equipped with a wide range of third party software including BSPs for all leading RTOS. Jungo's USBware features an operating system independent implementation of the USB protocol, facilitating development with any operating system, including common RTOS such as eCos/eCosPRO, C\OS-II, OSE, ThreadX, Linux, Vxworks WinCE, XPe, Integrity, pSOS, MQX, Nucleus, embOS and proprietary 16/32bit operating systems. The partnership offers a pre-validated and complete USB software implementation including low-level controller drivers for the AT91 host and device cores and standard class drivers, allowing developers to easily incorporate USB connectivity.

- Marty Gold
eeProductCenter




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