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Speed up IoT designs using ARM's mbed platform

Posted: 18 Nov 2015     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:STMicroelectronics  MCU  IoT  ARM  mbed 

STMicroelectronics has revealed that its STM32 family of ARM Cortex-M based MCUs, as well as its line-up of sensors, connectivity and power-management products, is being enabled for the ARM mbed IoT Device Platform with the latest public version of the ARM mbed OS. The mbed platform adds a standard OS, cloud services and development tools that are intended for innovators creating new IoT applications to STM32 Open Development Environment, stated the company.

ST claims to provide all of the five key dimensions for IoT applications: 1) flexible computing performance delivered by the full complement of STM32 MCUs that range from ultra-low-power consumption to ultra-high computing performance; 2) a full portfolio of sensors that provide information about movement, sound, proximity or environment; 3) the ability to connect securely with other 'smart things' using Bluetooth Smart, sub-GHz low-power SPIRIT1 and other RF technologies; 4) the extensive range of ST power-management products that maximise battery life or utilise new energy-harvesting technologies; and 5) signal processing to bridge the gap between the analogue and digital worlds.

By adding mbed to its powerful and easy-to-use design ecosystem, ST is moving to encourage new levels of abstraction, productivity and collaboration in IoT development, the company noted.

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