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2013-06-19 TI teams with Hitex to develop safety kit
SafeTI Hitex Safety Kit enables developers to evaluate SafeTI components for use in their designs requiring compliance to functional safety standards such as ISO26262 and IEC 61508.
2013-09-10 Hitex upgrades TESSY tool to support Melexis' MCUs
TESSY uses the gcc-based compiler from Melexis to compile and link the test application that tool automatically generates.
2013-07-09 TESSY dev tool re-qualified to meet IEC, ISO standards
The tool's re-qualification became necessary with the release of TESSY V3.0, which introduces comprehensive extensions of the functionality, such as the traceability of requirements to test cases.
2003-10-20 Philips expands low-cost MCU family
Royal Philips Electronics has released two members of its low cost ARM-based microcontroller family.
2007-05-28 Toolkit for 32bit MCUs has Ethernet function
STMicroelectronics rolls a complete yet very low-cost evaluation and development kit for the company's STR91x 32bit MCU family.
2002-04-01 STMicro microcontroller has up to 143 GPIOs
Designed for single-chip engine control units and I/O intensive automotive application, the ST10F280 16-bit microcontroller chip features up to 143 GPIOs in eight ports, and 512KB of embedded Flash memory.
2004-04-15 STMicro MCUs based on ARM core family
STMicro has introduced two ARM core-based product families that include embedded flash and low pin-count packages.
2007-11-09 ST rolls development tools for STM32 flash MCU family
STMicroelectronics has announced the STM32 PerformanceStick, a low-cost development package for the recently announced STM32 flash MCU family based on the ARM Cortex-M3 core.
2004-12-08 ST MCU with CAN, LIN interfaces in TQFP32 package
ST announced volume production of its ST72F561 8bit MCU, which integrates CAN and LIN bus interfaces, plus 60KB of flash memory.
2007-10-15 ST fields third-party starter kits for STM32 MCU
STMicroelectronics has released four evaluation and development kits, from leading third-party tool suppliers, designed to support its recently-announced STM32 MCU, which is based on ARMCortex-M3 core.
2009-05-12 NXP Cortex-M3 MCU bags highest performance stamp
The Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC) has announced that NXP's LPC1700 series is the highest performance Cortex-M3 MCU.
2009-03-17 MCUs with embedded flash fit industrial apps
Infineon Technologies AG has released new microcontrollers with embedded flash technology, designed to meet the performance and reliability requirements of a wide range of drive applications.
2009-12-03 MCUs deliver easy-to-use USB connectivity
The USB 2.0 device controller is fully certified and supports all 4 transfer types including isochronous transfer.
2005-09-28 MCU operates at 70MHz (63MIPs)
Royal Philips Electronics announced three new additions to its LPC2000 MCU family: the LPC2101, the LPC2102 and the LPC2103.
2009-11-18 Low-cost 32bit MCUs cut code size for 8-/16bit apps
The device takes advantage of low-power design tools, techniques and high-density silicon flash process.
2007-06-13 Cortex-M3 implementation rolls from ST
For embedded applications, STMicroelectronics has implemented its own versions of ARM's Cortex-M3 32bit core.
2008-10-10 Beefed up MCU line has lower flash density, USB series
STMicroelectronics has beefed up its STM32 MCUs, with new devices featuring 16Kbyte flash density and a complete new 48MHz series optimized for USB applications.
2006-06-14 ARM-wrestling: MCU vs. core
Designers must wrestle between taking advantage of STMIcroelectronics' off-the-shelf ARM 9E-based solution and designing their own solution with ARM Ltd's Cortex-R4 ARM core.
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