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Atmel Starts Shipping the New High Performance ARM Cortex-M7 SMART SAM S/E Series


These New Devices Offer Larger Memories and Higher Bandwidth for Peripherals


Atmel has started shipping it's new High Performance ARM® Cortex-M microcontrollers, the Atmel | SMART™ SAM S70 and E70 series. With 50% higher performance than the closest competitor, larger configurable SRAM, larger embedded Flash and high-bandwidth peripherals, these devices offer the ideal mix of connectivity, memory and performance.

The SAM S70 and E70 series allow customers to scale-up performance and deliver SRAM and system functionality, while keeping the Cortex-M processor family ease-of-use and maximizing software reuse.

“As a lead partner for the ARM Cortex-M7-based MCUs, we are excited to ship volume units of our SAM E70 and S70 MCUs to worldwide customers,” said Jacko Wilbrink, Sr. Marketing Director, Atmel Corporation.

“Our SAM E70 and SAM S70 series deliver a robust memory and connectivity feature set, along with extensive software and third party support, enabling next-generation industrial, consumer and IoT designers the ability to differentiate their applications in a demanding market. We are working with hundreds of customers worldwide on a variety of applications using the new ARM Cortex-M7-based MCUs and look forward to mass adoption of these devices.”

The devices deliver over four times the performance of current Atmel | SMART ARM Cortex-M based MCUs. Running at speeds up to 300 MHz and embedding larger configurable SRAM up to 384 KB and higher bandwidth peripherals, the new devices offer designers the right connectivity, SRAM and peripheral mix for industrial and connectivity designs. The SAM S70 and E70 devices also offer advanced memory architectures with up to 384KB of multi-port SRAM memory out of which 256KB can be configured as tightly coupled memory delivering zero wait state access at 300MHz. All devices come with high-speed USB Host and Device with on-chip high-speed USB PHY and Flash memory densities of 512kB, 1MB and 2MB.

The Atmel | SMART ARM Cortex-M7-based MCUs are supported by ARM ecosystem partners on development tools and real-time operating system (RTOS) board support packages (BSPs) accelerating time-to-market. Software development tools are available on Atmel Studio, the ARM Keil MDK-ARM and IAR Embedded Workbench. Operating system support include Express Logic ThreadX, FreeRTOS, Keil® RTX, NuttX and Segger embOS. A comprehensive set of peripheral driver examples and open source middleware is provided in Atmel's Software Package.

“Atmel has developed a global network of ecosystem partners that deliver hardware and software solutions for the Atmel SMART Cortex-M7 MCU,” said Steve Pancoast, Vice President of Software Applications, Tools and Development, Atmel. “Atmel's robust, easy-to-use development platform along with our partners' advanced development platforms offer developers the opportunity to use the best tools and services to bring their designs quickly to market. Atmel continues to expand our partner program to bring the best tools and solutions to our customers.”


The company's Web site address is www.microchip.com
[Reprinted with kind permission from Atmel - Release Date, 15th July, 2015]


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