Cloud App Provides Comprehensive Research, Evaluation, And Design Tools

ON Semiconductor’s Strata Developer Studio embarks as a first-of-its-kind cloud-based development platform that provides a seamless, personalized and secure environment for engineers to evaluate and design with the company’s technologies.

Promising a faster and simpler way for engineers to work with evaluation and development boards, the platform includes the latest documentation, product information, design and application notes, and reference design files.

 

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Future evaluation boards will be ‘Strata-Ready,’ meaning they will automatically be recognized by the Strata Developer Studio when they are connected to the host computer. This platform provides a user interface to the board, giving direct control of the configuration parameters and visual feedback of the board’s functionality. At the same time, Strata will download all the design information an engineer needs to start evaluation or design.

 

The Strata Developer Studio is provided as a Microsoft signed application connecting to the company’s SaaS platform. It features secure authentication, data transfers and full information containment using encrypted and EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliant databases. All information and security follows National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity guidelines.

 

To learn more, read “Strata Developer Studio Breaks the Product Design Tool Mold with a Unified End-to-End Platform Experience,” or watch the “Introducing the Strata Developer Studio” video.

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