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Microchip Simplifies Automotive Designs with ISO 26262-Compliant, AUTOSAR-Ready Devices and Ecosystem - News

June 06, 2022

Microchip Technology announced a comprehensive ecosystem around AUTOSAR-ready dsPIC33C Digital Signal Controllers (DSCs) to enable accelerated development and a high level of system optimization while reducing total system cost. 


All in one: The First Microcontroller with Secure Subsystem and ARM TrustZone Technology - News

May 27, 2022

With security threats on the rise and attackers seemingly one step ahead of developers causing product development challenges in IoT, Microchip sought change.


CHIPS Act: State of the Art or State of the Practice? - Story

May 27, 2022

I recently came across an 8-bit PIC MCU data sheet that predates 1982. That means it also predates Microchip as a company (incorporated in 1989), making it a remnant of bygone General Instruments days.


The Problem with the CHIPS Act, Part 1 - Podcast

May 26, 2022

On this episode of the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss whether the IoT is “newer” than M2M or connected embedded, or has the name just changed while the definition remains the same? Perhaps it’s not new, it’s just moved to the edge and adopted “new” capabilities.


Microchip Announces the First Single-Core MPU with MIPI CSI-2 Camera Interface and Advanced Audio Features - News

May 24, 2022

To offer developers access to high performing peripherals without sacrificing power consumption, Microchip Technology announced the SAMA7G54 Arm CortexA7-based MPU running up to 1 GHz.


Microchip Grows its Commitment to the 8-bit PIC and AVR Market - News

April 29, 2022

With 5G wireless controlling the landscape of embedded design in 2022, Microchip’s 8-bit PIC and AVR microcontroller (MCU) families are adding market value. Microchip Technology Inc.  announced the release of five new product families and over 60 new individual devices that offer embedded designers simple solutions to common problems.

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Resilient, Redundant Source of Secure Network Timing and Synchronization for Power Operators - News

April 27, 2022

Power plants and substations rely on high-speed communications networks to transmit critical data including operability metrics, network health, fault monitoring, power measurement, and usage trends. To synchronize communications and ensure continuity across these networks, substations require secure, precise timing and synchronization to avoid false tripping and to provide accurate timestamping of substation data including system faults, power measurement data and substation status information.