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2007-09-21 Silicon Labs MCUs support open standard for wireless apps
Silicon Laboratories announced that its high-performance, mixed-signal MCUs now support ONE-NET, an open design standard for low-power wireless applications for residential and small business.
2011-08-17 MCUs for medical devices tout longer battery life
Renesas' Continua demonstration platform is based on the company's Electronics V850 energy-efficient MCU with certified Continua Blood Glucose agent software.
2013-09-18 Injection current in Freescale automotive MCUs
Know what should be done to protect the MCU from any damage due to over-voltage conditions on the I/O pins.
2013-06-14 FSA rolls out 32bit RISC MCUs with ARM Cortex-M4 core
Fujitsu Semiconductor America's FM4 family of 32bit RISC microcontrollers operate from 3V and 5V power supplies and feature an ultra-wide bus for onboard flash memory.
2007-12-13 16bit MCUs enable ultralow-power applications
Texas Instruments Inc. has released five new families of MSP430F2xx high-performance MCUs, the industry's lowest-power 16bit general purpose MCUs.
2009-12-14 Wireless MCUs suit Zigbee, IPv6/6LoWPAN apps
Atmel debuts a new family of AVR wireless microcontroller devices designed for wireless applications such as Zigbee and IPv6/6LoWPAN.
2010-05-31 Ultralow-power MCUs save power even when active
STMicroelectronics's STM8L ultralow-power microcontroller family features the EnergyLite technology that saves power even when the device is active.
2006-10-06 Toshiba unveils three new MCUs
Toshiba America Electronic Components unveiled two new 16bit MCUs and a new 32bit MCU based on SuperFlash technology
2014-09-12 Toshiba TFETs promise MCUs ultra-low power edge
The TFETs are fabricated using a quantum tunnelling principle to achieve ultra-low power LSI operation as a substitute to the conventional MOSFETs.
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.
2005-01-20 Tiny MCUs come in tiny 3-by-3-by-0.85mm
Philips' new 8bit MCU family with two new devices is targeted at space constrained apps.
2006-10-27 TI unveils MCUs for car instrument cluster apps
Texas Instruments has announced an expansion of its 32bit TMS470 MCU platform, offering new devices for instrument cluster host controller applications.
2014-08-28 TI MCUs offer four 16bit ADCs for precision feedback
The C2000 Delfino 32bit F2837xS MCUs from TI offer four 16bit ADCs, enabling precision feedback in power control applications and expedites industrial real-time control design
2002-02-04 TI Flash MCUs go below 1mA
Texas Instruments Inc. has added two 16-bit RISC Flash microcontroller families to its MSP430 product line.
2005-08-17 SuperH-based MCUs now fit car and home audio products
Renesas' newest SuperH based 32bit MCU chips are targeted at car and home audio products that have audio data playback functions compatible with various compression standards.
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.
2012-09-13 ST rolls MCUs, outs dev kit with on-board 9-axis MEMS
The STM32 F3 Discovery Kit, features built-in MEMS sensorsgyroscope and e-compasswith nine degrees of freedom (DOF), enabling competitively priced sensor-fusion applications.
2014-10-21 Spansion beefs up MCUs with IoT on radar
The new MCUs target deeper and broader inroads into various marketsranging from factory automation and machine-to-machine systems to building management systems, smart meters, and multi-function printers
2014-09-02 Single-core MCUs aimed at industrial control apps
The C2000 Delfino 32bit F2837xS microcontrollers from TI help expedite development when scaling from higher performance industrial control applications to mid-tier control designs.
2007-11-20 Security MCUs boost functions of SIM cards
Infineon Technologies has unveiled its new product family of security MCUs specifically designed for use in SIM cards
2007-04-25 Secure MCUs roll for 2.5G, 3G mobile SIM cards
STMicroelectronics has introduced two new secure MCUs designed for high-volume 2.5G and 3G mobile-phone SIM cards
2006-11-20 RTOS suits low-cost ARM-based MCUs
With a small memory footprint and an affordable licensing model, the IAR PowerPac RTOS is particularly aimed at the low-cost ARM-powered MCU market.
2007-08-17 RTOS offers royalty-free microkernel for NEC V850 MCUs
Green Hills Software has announced that its ?-velOSity RTOS is now available royalty-free for the NEC Electronics V850 family of embedded MCUs
2011-06-02 Renesas unveils Cubesuite+ IDE for MCUs
Renesas released a single, integrated development environment to facilitate software development by dramatically boosting development efficiency.
2007-07-11 Renesas expands line-up of 32bit CISC MCUs
Renesas Technology Corp. announced an enhancement of the lineup of H8SX family 32bit CISC MCUs with the addition of the H8SX/1658R, H8SX/1668R, H8SX/1558 and H8SX/1568 groups comprising a total of 12 models
2005-03-01 Philips rolls out ARM9 family-based 32bit MCUs
Philips introduced what it claims as the industry's first 90nm ARM9 family-based 32bit microcontroller family.
2004-06-30 Philips releases low-cost MCUs with two ADCs
Royal Philips Electronics announced a low-priced microcontroller unit that features two analog-to-digital converters.
2009-04-23 On-chip MCUs fit portable medical apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed the MSP430FG47x ultralow power microcontroller series designed for low-cost medical devices.
2007-06-21 New ST MCUs feature high performance gains
STMicroelectronics has released a new set of flash MCUs that promises to deliver optimized system performance
2004-07-27 NEC MCUs reduce system costs
NEC announced the development of two new series of MCUs that are designed for use in smaller, more economical and higher-performance sensor apps
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