Semiconductors and Components

Atmel Expands IoT Offerings

04 November 2014

Atmel Corp. has introduced a number of new products targeted at the Internet of Things (IoT) in the consumer, industrial, automotive and maker markets.

The products will be released at the upcoming Electronica 2014, held in Munich, Germany on Nov. 11-14. The devices will be designed to provide smart, connected and secure products for IoT.

In the low power embedded processing space, Atmel plans to unveil a low power ARM Cortex-M0+ microcontroller, a QTouch safety platform for home appliance user interfaces and a nexte generation 8-bit AVR microcontroller for low power applications. In the secure connectivity space, Atmel will introduce what it claims to be the first FCC-certified Wi-Fi and MCU integrated module, a new family of CAN transceivers and a LIN system basis chip portfolio for in-vehicle networking.

Atmel is also releasing new IoT software and tools including an expanded software ecosystem for its microcontroller devices, an ultra-low cost Xplained mini development platform, an Xplained Ultra evaluation kit for fast prototyping and evaluation for Atmel’s ARM-based MPUs and a security module to support Xplained boards.

Also at Electronica 2014, Atmel plans to showcase these produces along with previously released devices in a series of zones for the smart home, industrial applications and the automotive market.

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