STMicroelectronics STM32 ARM Cortex?-M3 Connectivity Line MCUs
Published time: 2019-12-19 14:50:13
The STMicroelectronics STM32 ARM Cortex?-M3 Connectivity Line is a high-performance addition to the STM32 microcontroller (MCU) portfolio that introduces outstanding new features, including USB 2.0 OTG Full Speed 12 Mbps, Ethernet MAC 10/100 Mbps with Precise Time Protocol IEEE 1588 HW support, Dual CAN 2.0 Active, and Audio Class I2S. The MCUs in the STM32 Connectivity Line are designed for applications in which connectivity and real-time performance are a necessity: industrial control, control panels for security applications, and more. STMicroelectronics Connectivity Line MCUs feature 64 to 256 KB on-chip Flash memory, up to 64 KB SRAM, and 14 communication interfaces.
ARM Holdings is the world's leading provider of semiconductor intellectual property (IP) and is therefore at the heart of digital electronics development. Headquartered in Cambridge, England, ARM has more than 1,700 employees and has offices around the world, including design centers in Belgium, France, India, Sweden and the United States. The ARM processor is the first RISC microprocessor designed by Acorn Computer for low budget markets. Earlier known as Acorn RISC Machine. The ARM processor itself is a 32-bit design, but it is also equipped with a 16-bit instruction set, which generally saves 35% compared to equivalent 32-bit code, while retaining all the advantages of a 32-bit system.
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