Keil MDK-ARM v4.21 Available

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Keil MDK-ARM features the industry-standard compiler from ARM, the Keil µVision®4 IDE/debugger, and analysis tools as well as target debugging with advanced trace capabilities for all Cortex(TM) -M series processor-based devices.

MDK-ARM v4.21 adds support for the following devices:

- Freescale K50 devices and TWR-K53 Tower board
- Fujitsu MB9AF112/114/115/116, MB9AF312/314/315/316
- Holtek HT32F1251/2/3
- Nuvoton NUC122LC/LD/SD/ZC/ZD
- NXP LPC11U12/201, LPC11U13/201, LPC11U14/201, LPC1311/01, and LPC1313/01

The following middleware enhancements have also been added:

TCP/IP Networking Suite:

- BSD Socket API
- New Web server (MIME) types
- Ethernet support for STM32F2xx
- Big Endian support for Cortex-M0, Cortex-M1 and Cortex-M3, ARM7(TM) and ARM9(TM) processors

File System:

- SDIO and NAND drivers for STMicroelectronics' STM32F2xx devices
- FAT Journal support to protect files system from power failure


- USB Host HID Kbd and MSD File examples for the ST STM3220F
- USB Device HID, Memory and Memory FlashFS examples for the ST STM3220F-EVAL
- USB Device HID example for Keil MCB1000(MCB11U10)

MDK v4.21 also adds additional support and updates to Target Debugging, including:

- ULINKpro support for Freescale Kinetis instruction trace on all silicon versions (correct for silicon errata)
- Updated drivers for NULink, JLINK, and ST-Link debug adapters
- New driver for ST-LINK v2


MDK 4.21 is available now.
You may download MDK 4.21 as an Evaluation or as a product Update

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