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Accelerate your 32-bit MCU design with a pre-configured RTOS solution

Anil Khanna

Anil Khanna

Posted Mar 20, 2013
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Last week in my blog, I shared some views (courtesy Rich Rejmaniak) on the emerging trend of the role of RTOS in the embedded design space, specifically targeted at the current generation 32-bit microcontrollers.

Further to that post, I am excited to share the launch of a new product, Nucleus SmartFit, targeted at embedded developers primarily involved with designing for 32-bit MCUs. Nucleus SmartFit is a pre-configured RTOS solution that includes a binary version of Nucleus RTOS, the Sourcery CodeBench application development platform and access to a library of pre-packaged BSPs with support for a host of connectivity options. With access to all these pieces of technology, Nucleus SmartFit truly helps accelerate design of your next generation 32-bit MCU-based embedded applications.

The current release of Nucleus SmartFit includes support for the Freescale Kinetis, TI Stellaris and STMicroelectronics STM32 families of 32-bit microcontrollers. Click here to learn more about the Nucleus SmartFit solution and to see a list of the supported boards and configurations.

Want to give Nucleus SmartFit a shot? A free 30-day trial version is available too!

Check out this brief video on how to download Nucleus SmartFit and install any of the available configurations.

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Anil KhannaI am part of the marketing organization in the Embedded Software Division here at Mentor. Before this I spent 10 years marketing Mentor's hardware design products, specifically in the RTL and high-level synthesis domains. Moving from addressing the requirements of hardware designers to those of software designers has been quite the change. Throw in open-source and you have a heady mix - which keeps me on my toes! Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading a good book or the occasional round of golf (in the few hours of sunshine we get in Portland!). I hope you find my thoughts interesting and look forward to your comments. Visit Embedded Blog

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