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“Today we are unveiling the world’s first MCU AI Developer Cloud, which works hand-in-glove with our STM32Cube.AI ecosystem. This new tool brings the possibility to remotely benchmark models on STM32 hardware through the cloud to save on workload and cost” said Ricardo De Sa Earp, Executive Vice President General-Purpose Microcontroller Sub-Group, STMicroelectronics.
The latest Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based solutions at the edge of an industrial application rely heavily on real-time data from multiple sensors. Naturally, the features, capabilities, and types of sensors in a system depend on the requirements of each application.
Geneva, Switzerland. “Today we are unveiling the world’s first MCU AI Developer Cloud, which works hand-in-glove with our STM32Cube.AI ecosystem. This new tool brings the possibility to remotely benchmark models on STM32 hardware through the cloud to save on workload and cost,” said Ricardo De Sa Earp, Executive Vice President General-Purpose Microcontroller Sub-Group, STMicroelectronics, about the release of its STM32Cube.AI desktop front-end.
Geneva. STMicroelectronics announced the extension of its integrated and power-saving ST-ONE family of USB Power Delivery (USB-PD) digital controllers. STMicroelectronics is revealing the ST-ONEMP including support for two power outputs and building on the ST-ONE architecture. The digital controller has an integrated Arm Cortex-M0+ microcontroller built on the secondary side with support for efficient non-complementary active clamp flyback controller, and 64KB Flash for modifying USB-PD 3.1 PPS (USB-PD protocol and power conversion firmware) interface.
We’ve had this discussion (debate? argument?) before—is it time for 8-bit MCUs to go away and be replaced by 32-bit devices that obviously offer way more functionality and come pretty close in cost? The discussion is back on the table thanks to an announcement STMicroelectronics made this week, making the latest entrant in its STM32 family a potential 8-bit killer.
Geneva. STMicroelectronics’ developed the STNRG011A digital power combination controller for 90W to 300W power supplies to be utilized in power adapters, chargers, television energy, and lighting power supplies. The STNRG011A embeds a power-factor correction (PFC) controller, LLC resonant half-bridge controller, 800V startup circuitry, and supervisory engine featuring an 8-bit core and dedicated peripherals, with digital algorithms accumulated within internal ROM.