Faraday Unveils Uranus SoC Development Platform for Ultra-Low-Power IoT

HSINCHU, Taiwan --- Faraday Technology Corporation introduces the Uranus 55nm ultra-low-power SoC development platform for IoT applications. As the latest member of its MCU-based SoC development platform series, UranusTM features Faraday's PowerSlash™ IP, USB 2.0 interface, 12-bit 8-channel ADC, 10-bit DAC, embedded flash memory, and comprehensive SDK support, demonstrating the next level of IoT chip power-saving.

Faraday's SoC development platform effectively reduces the time-to-market of system products by allowing early software design ahead of chip availability. It offers an integrated environment consisting of mainstream processor core, pre-verified Faraday interface and fabric IP, along with SDK, upon which system software may be built. Further on the premises, Uranus™ platform demonstrates DVFS power modes management to balance trade-offs between performance and power consumption. In particular, its Turbo Mode alters the trade-off point to enable MCU core achieve 2x performance under given power constraint.

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