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32F723EDISCOVERY and NUCLEO-F722ZE : New STMod+ Connector and Simpler Designs on Cortex-M7 Boards

2K Views February 28, 2017

The 32F723EDISCOVERY (left) and NUCLEO-F722ZE (right) are the latest development boards from ST using a Cortex-M7 microcontroller (MCU). Last year, the STM32H7, became the most powerful Cortex-M7 MCU capable of breaking the 2000-point threshold in CoreMark. The STM32F7 processors in those new board are not as fast, but still share a lot of the architectural similarities that …

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ST Powering Big Trends at CES 2017

870 Views January 7, 2017

As the tech masses gathered in Las Vegas this week for the 50th annual CES conference, ST technology was powering some of the hottest trends.

AI & Smart Assistants:  Voice-activated “smart assistants” are everywhere. Just speak and they can help you with almost anything you need to do. These assistants are now in smartphones, home automation devices, and Smart-Home applications …

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by Pamela Mccracken

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See the new, record-breaking, STM32H7 MCU in action

1K Views November 11, 2016

STM32H7 MCU

A few weeks ago we launched the record-breaking STM32H7 MCU series of ARM® Cortex®-M7 core microcontrollers, the first ever Cortex-M MCUs to reach 2010 points in CoreMark.  At this week’s electronica 2016 event in Munich, we showed it in action. In this video we see an impressive demonstration of how it’s onboard JPEG peripheral enables 25 frames per second  video decode and display …

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by Colin Long

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STM32 Secure Firmware: Protecting your privacy in the connected digital world

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STM32 microcontrollers are now available in more than 700 different devices in 10 different series, spanning the spectrum from ultra-low power to extremely high performance. Many of these use state-of-the-art security features, including cryptographic accelerators and provision for secure-key storage, to provide connected objects with a high level of protection against online threats.

From traditional smartcard applications such as SIM, banking, …

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by Pamela Mccracken

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How to set up a complete LoRa ™ node in just 10 minutes

3.7K Views October 28, 2016

STM32 LoRa Nucleo Pack

We’ve been talking about LoRa™ a lot recently. In our post Wireless Low Power WANS: An Internet of “Things” Spread Across a City, we looked at how this technology is being used to save energy and make our cities safer, using the city of Amsterdam as an example. In the post LoRa, Three Boards to Master this One-Million-Node IoT Network we examined the P-NUCLEO-LRWAN1 development …

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by Colin Long

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