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The ARM mbed Enabled Freescale development board for IoT products now securely gathers and channels data into the public cloud platform, Microsoft Azure.
Freescale Semiconductor introduces one of the world’s smallest single chip modules (SCM) for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Mouser Electronics is now shipping the new i.MX 6SoloX Processors from Freescale Semiconductor, with two powerful cores on one chip.
NXP Semiconductors and Freescale have entered into a definitive agreement under which NXP will merge with Freescale.
Advantech announced a range of Evaluation Kits (EVK) for Computer-on-Modules powered by the Freescale ARM Cortex-A9 i.MX6.
Farnell element14 announced the addition of the Freescale Freedom FRDM-K22F development kit to its portfolio.
The AFT05MS004N 4W RF power device for handheld and mobile radio applications delivers low power operation and extends range.
Freescale, Neusoft and Green Hills Software are working to deliver a development ecosystem for ADAS vision applications.
Targeted at embedded industrial applications, the lab at the University of Warwick is equipped with Kinetis M-0 and M-4 microcontrollers.
The distributor joins with Freescale and ARM in the Design with Freedom Contest, using new development platforms and online CAD tools.
Mouser Electronics is shipping MPX2053 air pressure sensors from Freescale, which provide readings from 0 to 7.25PSI.
Freescale introduced high performance MCUs for automotive instrument clusters, that enable premium graphics.
WaRP (Wearables Reference Platform) is the result of collaboration between Freescale, Kynetics and Revolution Robotics.
Freescale invites East Kilbride schools to build ‘rocket cars’ with Richard Noble as part of its STEM activities.
Freescale Semiconductor has signed an agreement to open a new Freescale Embedded Systems Lab at the University of Glasgow.
Last week, Freescale held the (other) European Cup and 27 University teams battled for a place in the World final.
First automotive MCU to receive ISO 26262 functional safety standard certification.
High-performance MCU helps simplify compliance with the most stringent automotive safety standards.
Freescale’s microprocessor to power McLaren’s engine control units for all NASCAR Sprint Cup Series cars.
Processor family adds next-generation eReader product and cost-effective dual-core device.