Microcontroller Technology Alliance Aids Development Efforts

11 March 2024

Taiwan-headquartered semiconductor vendor ARTERY Technology has confirmed that J-Link and J-Trace debug/trace probe solutions from SEGGER, as well as it Flasher in-circuit programmer series, now offer comprehensive support for ARTERY’s AT32 microcontrollers units (MCUs).

These 32-bit MCUs are based on a 55nm process. They each feature an ARM Cortex-M4 processing core and support 120MHz operation. Through the SEGGER support now provided, embedded development work can be accelerated and better outcomes achieved. Engineers looking to base their systems designs on the AT32 platform can also make use of access to the SEGGER Embedded Studio integrated development environment (IDE) and the SystemView real-time visualisation tool, plus various software libraries.

"We, SEGGER and ARTERY have worked together to offer a comprehensive set of programming and debugging tools to mutual customers using the upcoming low-power series from ARTERY, the AT32 MCU," Dirk Akemann, SEGGER's Head of Marketing, said to EPDT. "We look forward to providing J-Link reliability, performance and ease of use to these  customers and help them to maximize their efficiency." 


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