Renesas Electronics has announced target boards for the RX65N, RX130 and RX231 microcontroller (MCU) groups, each designed to help engineers jumpstart their home appliance, building and industrial automation designs.
STMicroelectronics has specially configured two STM32 Discovery Packs for fast connections of IoT devices to cloud services over 2G/3G or LTE Cat M1/NB1 networks, bringing freedom and flexibility for mass-market developers.
The expanded RX65N/RX651 MCU line-up provides industrial systems manufacturers with the power efficiency and enhanced connectivity required for operation in industrial systems, while adding the enhanced security and connectivity required for edge devices in increasingly connected environments.
The Cypress Semiconductor PSoC 6 BLE Pioneer Kit is based around the company’s PSoC 6 MCU, purpose-built for the Internet of Things (IoT). The MCU delivers the ultralow power, high performance and built-in security features that the IoT devices of the future are likely to demand.
The STM32L4+ microcontroller can act as the central controller in a full range of fitness bands, smart watches, small medical equipment, smart meters, smart industrial sensors and more.
The LoPy is a compact, triple-network, MicroPython-enabled development board (LoRa, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth), making it a suitable enterprise-grade IoT platform for connected things.
The SiPy is a multinetwork (Sigfox, Wi-Fi and BLE) development platform. It is programmable with MicroPython and the Pymakr IDE for fast IoT application development, easy programming in-field and extra resilience with network failover.
The ATtiny1617 microcontroller series is part of Microchip Technology's low-power 8-bit AVR microcontroller portfolio. The compact device runs at up to 20 MHz and provides a customised configuration and simplified process for capacitive touch systems, plus Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) that help increase system throughput while lowering overall power consumption.
Silicon Labs' EZR32 wireless MCUs deliver an ARM Cortex-M4 or Cortex-M3 microcontroller (MCU) combined with a sub-GHz RF transceiver.
STMicroelectronics has begun production of its ultralow-power STM32L45x microcontrollers (MCUs), supported by a development ecosystem based on the easy-to-use STM32Cube platform.
The Microchip CEC1702 hardware cryptography-enabled microcontroller addresses the increasing need for security measures, such as secure boot, driven by the continual growth of Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Renesas Electronics and TSMC are collaborating on 28 nm embedded flash (eFlash) process technology for manufacturing microcontrollers (MCUs) targeted at next-generation green and autonomous vehicles.
The STM32F413 and crypto-enhanced STM32F423 microcontroller lines from STMicroelectronics are said to increase energy efficiency and flexibility.
The Maxim MAX32630 and MAX32631 ARM Cortex-M4F microcontrollers maximise run time and provide low energy consumption at 127 µW/MHz, DMA 32 µW/MHz and retention sleep 3.5 µW.
The latest STM32F722 and STM32F723 microcontrollers in STMicroelectronics high-performance STM32F7 series reduce memory footprint by integrating value-added features.