STMicroelectronics – Eclipse-based tool speeds application development for users of SPC5 MCUs


STMicroelectronics’ SPC5Studio is an Eclipse plug-in development environment for users of ST’s SPC5 family of Power Architecture® automotive microcontrollers. It enables users to define new components and third parties to develop new plug-ins. Code generated in the SPC5Studio environment is compliant with the requirements of the ANSI C standard and the MISRA 2012 quality standard. […]

STMicroelectronics – Evaluation board enables rapid development of graphics-rich applications based on STM32L4+ MCU


STMicroelectronics has introduced a full-featured development kit for the new STM32L4+ family of microcontrollers based on the ARM® Cortex®-M4 processor core. The STM32L4R9I-DISCO kit takes advantage of the innovative low-power features, the 640kbytes of embedded RAM, the graphics performance and the Display Serial Interface (DSI) controller provided by its STM32L4R9AI microcontroller. The kit enables users […]

STMicroelectronics – New MCUs with best-in-class memory and improved graphics features help embedded devices to do more with less power


STMicroelectronics has introduced the new STM32L4+ family of low-power microcontrollers, a new generation of the popular STM32L4 series which improves processor performance to 150DMIPS at 120MHz and includes an innovative graphics controller for circular displays. The new STM32L4+ MCUs are ideal for use in wearable devices and other applications which require sophisticated functions, instant responses […]

STMicroelectronics – Power Architecture MCUs for automotive applications offer CAN and Ethernet support


STMicroelectronics’ SPC58 C-Line is a family of general-purpose 32-bit Power Architecture® microcontrollers intended for use in automotive body, networking and security applications, such as secure on-board communication systems. They support the latest communication interfaces including ISO CAN FD and Ethernet with Audio- Video Bridging (AVB) capability. Built on the legacy of successful SPC56 MCUs based […]