Evaluate ON Semiconductor designs with cloud-based tool
At this year’s CES in Las Vegas (8 to 11 January), ON Semiconductor will introduce its cloud-based Strata Developer Studio research, evaluation and design tool.
The cloud-based development platform is claimed to provide a seamless, personalised and secure environment for engineers to evaluate and design with ON Semiconductor technologies.
The Strata platform will provide a fast and simple way for engineers to work with evaluation and development boards, says ON Semiconductor, delivering the latest documentation, product information, design and application notes, and reference design files straight to a desktop.
All of the company’s new evaluation boards will be ‘Strata-Ready’, i.e. automatically recognised by the Strata Developer Studio when connected to the host computer. Design teams can use the board’s user interface to give direct control of the configuration parameters and visual feedback of the board’s functionality. Strata will download all the design information needed 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.
ON Semiconductor expects to add support for new boards and new features as they become available. Initial boards include a configurable multi-function logic gate, a dual 100W USB-PD automotive charging system, and a universal offline 200W four-port Type-C USB-PD source.
The boards and demonstrations for varied markets will be on display in the ON Semiconductor demo room (Murano 3302 at the Venetian) during CES 2019, Las Vegas.