Segger announces support for ST’s STM32MP13 family
Embedded tools in the Segger portfolio are available to supply STMicroelectronics’ latest microprocessor family, the STM32MP13. Segger’s J-Link debug probes, Flasher in-circuit programmers, its emPower Os and Embedded Studio, SystemView an dOzone development tools can be used with the microprocessors.
Dirk Akemann, Segger’s marketing manager at Segger explained that support starts with the company’s development tools and continues all the way to its high-speed in-circuit production tools. “We pave the road from start to finish – development to mass production,” he said.
Segger J-Links debug probes have flash loaders with up to 4Mbyte per second download speed and the ability to set an unlimited number of breakpoints in the flash memory of microcontrollers.
The Flashers in-circuit programmers are designed to be used in service environments, prototype programming and for mass production. They program the flash (non-volatile) memory of microcontrollers and SoCs as well as (Q)SPI flashes.
In addition to the multi-plaform IDE Embedded Studio, the real time software analysis SystemView tool and performance analyser Ozone, Segger also provides emPower OS. This is an OS for embedded systems and IoT devices, including an RTOS, file system, user interface, and webserver as well as connectivity libraries, security algorithms and IP. It is for use in any CPU from any manufacturer and the cloud. Components are also available individually.
STMicroelectronics develops and manufactures microchips for embedded systems. Its chips are used in products as diverse as electric cars and key fobs, giant factory machines and data centres, washing machines and hard disks, smartphones, and toothbrushes.
Segger Microcontroller has three decades of experience in embedded systems. Its professional embedded development software and tools are simple in design, optimised for embedded systems and support the entire embedded system development process.
The company was founded by Rolf Segger in 1992 and is privately held. There is a US office in the Boston area and branch operations in Silicon Valley, Shanghai and the UK, in addition to distributors on most continents.