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Here at Avnet we've been working on a couple of new MT3620 Azure Sphere products to help you prototype and deploy your secure IoT solution easily and quickly.  Look for more blog content on these items soon, but for now I wanted to provide information on our offerings.   We're producing a pre-certified commercial off the shelf MT3620 module that can accelerate your Azure Sphere based product development.  We used the module on a new Azure Sphere Starter kit.  This means that ...
Last year, NXP and Amzon introduced an advanced IoT module based on the LPC54018 Microcontroller. The voice control solution is one of the best in the market, which brings attention to NXP's new LPC540xx MCU Series. However, when taking a deeper look, it is suprising to find that there have been some upgrades and addition to the family already after launching for only less than a year!     The new members of the LPC540xx MCU series includes several highlights and feature addition to ...
  At Embedded World last month, many new products were introduced, and I was certainly busy reading up on the latest news.  A new product I came across, an Automotive box-PC based on an Arm® Cortex®-A9 core, made me want to re-look at some of the Cortex-A9 products that NXP has launched in past years -after all, the i.MX 6 series is still one of the most comprehensive, most scalable portfolios in the market and it continues to be a crowd favorite with new customers.  Th ...
If you needs a platform with more scalable performance and memory options but rich features to support your multiple applications, NXP Kinetis  KE1xZ is a perfect option. On March 7, KE1xZ64 as a new memember of KE1xZ family is fully launched. Based on the Arm Cortex-M0+ with up to 48 MHz performance, providing up to 64 KB flash and 8 KB RAM along with a complete set of analog/digital features including Touch Sense and CAN, the KE1xZ64/32 MCUs extend the 5 V Kinetis E family with smaller ...

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