The GD32E230 series of Arm Cortex-M23 MCUs brings customers the advantages of small size, cost optimization, energy efficiency, and flexibility while supporting security extension requirements to run the latest embedded application solutions.
To meet the low-power, high-performance needs of today’s consumer and industrial applications, like advanced processing, communication networks, and human-machine interfaces, the GD32 microcontroller family from GigaDevice is based on the 240MHz Cortex®-M4 core for high-end processing, connectivity, and power efficiency, with intricate algorithm and security support.
Embedded Computing Design's bi-annual Best-in-Show at electronica reviews solutions on display at the conference based on Design Excellence, Relative Performance, and Market Impact/Disruption.
The complete development toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench delivers support for the entire lineup of GigaDevice’s GD32 series of Arm Cortex-M MCUs.
GigaDevice is a new entrant to my radar. The company's history is in memory products, but it is now a formidable player in the MCU space, both on the Arm and RISC-V sides (which is fairly unique).
IAR Systems and GigaDevice announced a new collaboration to deliver development tools for GigaDevice's RISC-V based microcontrollers (MCUs).