MDK-ARM v4.22a Available
Keil MDK-ARM is a complete C/C++ software development environment for ARM® processor-based microcontroller applications. It includes debug and trace capabilities, and middleware components for a wide range of ARM Cortex(TM) -M processor-based microcontrollers.
MDK-ARM v4.22a extends the device support for the following microcontrollers:
- Atmel SAM3S8
- Energy Micro EFM32GG and EFM32TG
- Freescale MK10, MK20, MK60, MK61, and MK70 devices
- Fujitsu Semiconductors MP9AF111/311
- NXP LPC12D27/301
- Milandr MDR32F1/2/3
- ST STM32F4xx
- Texas Instruments LM4F110/112/120/121/122/130/131/132/230/231/232
- Toshiba TMPM341FYXBG, TMPM369FDFG, TMPM369FYFG
MDK-ARM v4.22a also provides extensions to the TCP/IP Networking Suite, the USB Stack, and the Flash File System.
Availability MDK-ARM v4.22a is available now for download.
About Keil The Keil products from ARM include C/C++ compilers, debuggers, integrated development environments, RTOS, simulation models, and evaluation boards for the Cortex-M, Cortex-R4, ARM7(TM) , ARM9(TM) , 8051, C166, and 251 processor families.
ARM designs the technology that lies at the heart of advanced digital products, from wireless, networking and consumer entertainment solutions to imaging, automotive, security and storage devices. ARM's comprehensive product offering includes 32-bit RISC microprocessors, graphics processors, video engines, enabling software, cell libraries, embedded memories, high-speed connectivity products, peripherals and development tools. Combined with comprehensive design services, training, support and maintenance, and the company's broad partner community, they provide a total system solution that offers a fast, reliable path to market for leading electronics companies. More information on ARM is available at http://www.arm.com.
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