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2005-09-05 TI announces massive expansion of MSP430 MCU line
Texas Instruments disclosed that they plan to add over 50 new devices to its MSP430 ultra-low power microcontroller platform in the next 18 months
2014-01-09 Three easy steps to add USB to your design
Know how to use the CP2130 USB-to-SPI bridge controller to simplify and speed up implementation of a USB bus.
2005-01-31 The System Advantages of Low-Power Microcontrollers in Line-Powered
It is ironic that the challenge in designing line power applications is not high voltages or dangerous currents.
2015-05-07 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: The hardware
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we'll consider the hardware aspects of the FPGA universe.
2006-04-05 TAEC MCU targets portable consumer apps
TAEC has announced the availability of a new 32bit, single-chip MIPS-based reduced instruction set computer microcontroller with 2Mbyte of on-chip NANO FLASH memory.
2002-11-25 System General ships universal programmer with USB interface
System General Corp.'s PowerLab USB-interface universal device programmer supports programming of high-density Flash memory, CPLD, PLD, FPGA, and microcontrollers without sacrificing speed, quality, and capability, the company says
2004-07-27 STMicro unveils low voltage MCUs
STMicro introduced a new 3V MCU series within its ST7232x general-purpose MCU portfolio, with five products already in volume production.
2004-07-19 STMicro rolls out 256Mb, 128Mb memory devices
STMicro announced that it has completed its 'Small Page' NAND Flash memory roadmap with the release of 256Mb and 128Mb devices
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
2008-06-18 STM8S MCUs bring 8bit scalability to industrial apps
STMicroelectronics has added 8bit MCUs using its next-generation STM8 core, by introducing the STM8S family specified for the industrial temperature range.
2008-11-17 STM32: a Class B ready MCU platform
Home appliances have to comply with IEC60335, which is intended to prevent malfunction in case of fault condition. The 4th edition of the standard has garnered attention from white goods' electronic control designers, and more specifically software developers, with the introduction of software inspection and the notion of software classes. Depending on the class, MCU components have to be tested at power on and monitored during run-time for safety critical applications.
2013-08-23 ST, Tapko team up for smart building automation
STMicroelectronics and Tapko Technologies have released a KNX communication stack to further develop smart building systems for automatic lighting, heating and other environmental controls.
2005-10-18 ST rolls out new family of ARM-based MCUs for industrial apps
STMicroelectronics unveiled a family of ARM-based MCUs that is specifically designed to address the emerging demand for high-performance, cost-effective and off-the-shelf 32-bit MCUs optimized for industrial apps.
2011-11-09 ST pushes limits with MCU release, reinforces market position
ST's STM32 F4 reinforces it strategy of delivering the best possible MCU performances to its customers to offer them the means to differentiate themselves against their competitors.
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
2005-05-17 ST extends STR710F series
STMicroelectronics announced last week new devices in its highly integrated 32bit ARM-based STR710F MCU series, which will extend this family to high-performance, cost-sensitive apps needing fewer on-chip facilities.
2005-09-23 ST expands USB MCU lineup
STMicroelectronics expanded its line of USB microcontrollers (MCUs) with the introduction of new products in its ST7263B series.
2015-04-07 ST brings smartphone-like graphics to wearables, IoT devices
The STM32F469/479 microcontrollers have a 32bit low-power ARM Cortex-M4 MCU core augmented by ST's Chrom-ART Accelerator and ART Accelerator that speed up graphics and real-time processing.
2014-02-07 Spansion/Fujitsu merger to spawn car SoCs mid-2014
The Fujitsu Semiconductor acquisition in August is paving the way for Spansion's development of SoCs integrating Spansion's embedded flash technology with MCU, analog and power management ICs
2014-05-08 Spansion advances into automotive with acquired business
Spansion has achieved 'record design wins' with its acquired product lines, and is jumping at globally expanding its microcontroller business to cultivate its customer base in the automotive market
2007-12-07 Software eases standard compliance for MCU-based appliances
Free software to ensure standards compliance for household appliances that use ST's STM32 flash MCU is now available
2002-11-12 Smart-card chips advance as market stalls
Hampered by the market saturation of prepaid telephone cards and by serious delays in Europe's 3G mobile-phone rollout, smart cards are fast losing their 1990s glow of consistent double-digit annual growth.
2014-09-18 SiP sol'n offers precision sensing in portable medical devices
ON Semiconductor introduced Struix, a semi-customisable SiP solution for precision sensing and monitoring in various mobile medical electronics such as glucose monitors and heart rate monitors.
2012-10-05 Silicon Labs boast new ultra-low-power mixed signal MCUs
The new ultra-low-power mixed-signal MCUs are ideal for smart metering, home automation, wireless security, devices and other power-sensitive applications to enable the Internet of Things.
2004-12-08 Silicon Lab enters short range wireless market
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has announced its entry into the short-range wireless market at the ZigBee Alliance Open House in Seoul, South Korea.
2002-09-24 Sharp unveils 8-bit MCU for reduced clock cycles
Sharp Microelectronics' 8-bit, 8051-based microcontroller can execute an instruction in two clock cycles instead of 12
2005-08-29 Securing pervasively connected embedded MCUs
How great is the need for security at the MCU level?
2009-04-20 Secure MCU packs NV SRAM, tamper-detection tech
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAXQ1850 high-performance 32bit RISC microcontroller for the financial terminal market
2011-04-13 Scalable USB architecture for mobile devices
NXP's LPC11U00 series is ideal for protocol converters where fast data transfers are required.
2008-03-20 Scalable 8bit MCUs aim at automotives
Freescale Semiconductor has expanded its 8bit S08SG MCU family to provide more scalable performance and memory options for cost-sensitive automotive body and chassis applications.
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