32-Bit MCUs Suit Up For IoT Apps

32-Bit MCUs Suit Up For IoT Apps
Atmel Corp.

Debuting as an expansion of the company’s SMART portfolio ARM-based microcontrollers (MCUs), the 32-bit SAM W23 modules enable Wi-Fi connectivity and low power technology for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The SAM W23 module is a viable solution for designers seeking to integrate Wi-Fi connectivity even with limited experience with IEEE802.11, RTOS, IP Stack or RF. This turnkey system provides an integrated software solution with application and security protocols such as TLS, integrated network services (TCP/IP stack) and a standard Real Time Operating System (RTOS) which are all available through a simple serial host interface (SPI, UART) within Atmel Studio 6's integrated development platform (IDP). The SAM W23 is available both as a fully certified module, as well as a reference design kit. Developers can use the SAM W23 platform as a standalone system or as an add-on solution. For more details, go to http://www.atmel.com/ARM/whysmart.aspx 

Atmel Corp.
San Jose, CA
408-441-0311
http://www.atmel.com 
 

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