STMicroelectonics – Learn how to use the STM32F7 216MHz Cortex-M7 MCU smart architecture to achieve superior performance in your next design!


Join our STM32F7 hands-on seminar and receive a FREE STM32F7 Discovery kit The seminar will feature hands-on classes using the STM32CubeMX to generate and debug a range of embedded projects on the STM32F7 Discovery board. Topics covered in the seminar include: how to use the CubeMX device selection matrix, pin mapping utility, clock configuration and […]

Future Electronics – Debug and Trace in Embedded ARM Designs: Introducing CoreSight


By: Francesco Sinacori, Field Applications Engineer, Future Electronics Read this to find out about: The benefits of ARM’s CoreSight debug and trace tool for users of complex and multi-core processors The simpler implementation of CoreSight that may be used with MCUs based on an ARM Cortex-M core The potential to perform software optimization in CoreSight […]

STMicroelectronics – Rejuvenate Your Legacy 8/16-bit Designs with a Complete Professional 32-bit Cortex-M0/0+ MCU Developer’s Package for Only $10!


To get started: 1. Download a *free professional IDE 2. Start with existing examples: Build your own project 3. Upload the code to your STM32F0 or STM32L0 Nucleo or Discovery Board: Run your software *Keil MDK-ARM for STM32F0 and STM32L0 The STM32F0 and STM32L0 Cortex-M0/0+ MCUs provide an affordable entry point to the STM32 32-bit […]

Renesas – RZ/A1 Series: The Renesas RZ Family of ARM-based High-Performance MPUs Innovative Architecture & Advanced Integration


Renesas RZ/A1 series microprocessors (MPUs) offer an innovative architecture based on the ARM Cortex®-A9 processor and up to an industry-leading 10MB of on-chip memory. RZ/A1 MPUs can execute code at 1000 DMIPS from the abundant on-chip memory or in-place from inexpensive QSPI memory, while using on-chip memory for graphics buffering up to WXGA (1280×800) resolution. […]

Renesas – RX64M and RX63N: Superior Connectivity and High Performance Combined with 4MB of Flash Memory and 512KB of SRAM


       The RX64M Group of MCUs embeds the largest flash and SRAM together to date in a 32-bit general-purpose MCU to enable the Internet of Things. Based on the new RXv2 CPU core, the RX64M Group runs up to 120MHz with zero wait state from the high-speed embedded flash memory and features high-speed […]

Renesas – RX100: True Low Power without Compromising Performance


       RX100 MCUs are great design choices for embedded systems that must minimize power consumption by running in sleep mode whenever possible, yet must wake-up quickly whenever there is a need to perform computing or control tasks. Renesas’ True Low Power capability offers designers the lowest possible power consumption across the entire temperature […]

NXP & Macronics – NOR Series: Quad SPI Flash: A Simpler, Faster Alternative to Standard SPI Flash When Adding External Memory to 32-bit MCU Systems


By: Frederik De Swaef, Field Applications Engineer, Macronix and Francesco Petruzziello, MCU Product Application Engineer, NXP The modern 32-bit microcontroller is a remarkably capable device, but its abilities have given rise to a problem for the design engineers who use them; faced with ever growing demand for more features, such as more detailed graphics or […]