Tech news tagged ‘ARM’

ARM supports SETM and HSSTP

ARM is supporting the ARM High-Speed Serial Trace Port (HSSTP) specification and the Marvell SETM protocol in ARM DS software development tools…

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ARM support for SETM and HSSTP

ARM today announced support for the ARM High-Speed Serial Trace Port (HSSTP) specification and the Marvell SETM protocol in ARM DS software development tools…

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ARM and TSMC claim performance records

TSMC and ARM have today announced the results from a key FinFET silicon validation of the ARM big.LITTLE implementation, using ARM Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 processors on TSMC’s advanced 16nm FinFET process technology…

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Freescale plans first Cortex-M7 based Kinetis MCUs

Freescale Semiconductor is bidding to be first to market with chips based on ARM’s latest processor core and it plans Kinetis family microcontrollers with the ARM Cortex-M7 core.

The Cortex-M7 processor has been designed for higher performance and doubles the performance of previous Cortex-M4 processors. Target…

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XMOS adds industrial comms development kit

Xmos has announced development boards for its fast and novel xCore-XA microcontroller, that includes an ARM Cortex-M3 alongside its unconventional low-latency 32bit multi-core processor architecture – invented to provide fast deterministic interfacing without interrupts.

The first products aimed at flexible industrial ‘field bus’ communication.
“There are a…

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Micrium RTOS gets bundled with Kinetis MCUs

Micrium’s µC/OS-II and µC/OS-III real-time operating systems are being bundled into Freescale’s software development kit (SDK) for its ARM-based Kinetis MCUs. The safety-certified RTOS can be used in avionics, medical and industrial control applications.

Available extensions provide memory protection, greater application…

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Intel tweaks Edison as dev boards roll

Intel has tweaked its SD card-sized embedded processing development board, dubbed Edison, which is its attempt to break the x86 processors into hobbyist and low cost prototyping, currently the domain of ARM-based Arduino, BeagleBone and perhaps Raspberry Pi.

The original SD card-sized module had a 400MHz Intel…

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