Date: 22nd March 2012
March 22nd 2012 - Under the theme of “ARM Scales Across Your Embedded World” – alluding to one of the company’s key differentiators - the wide range of Cortex™ processors which are currently being employed in embedded applications will be on display at this year's National Electronics Week show, NEW:UK 2012: From the recently launched, ultra low-power Cortex-M0+ processor, up to high-performance Cortex-A9 processor.
ARM will be demonstrating the latest features of the Keil MDK-ARM (Microcontroller Development Kit). MDK-Professional builds on the successful MDK-ARM development kit and adds the Keil TCP/IP networking suite, USB Host/Device, File System, and CAN drivers. Enhancements to the middleware libraries include USB Host stack supporting HID and MSC device classes, File System support for NAND Flash devices, and RTX Source code.
Also on display will be the ARM Development Studio 5 DS-5™ toolchain which adds advanced debugging and performance analysis features that reduce the learning curve, shorten the development and testing cycles, and help build reliable applications quickly.
In addition there will be a display of Keil Evaluation Boards and a display of ARM processor-based single board computers/computer on modules.
The ARM booth will display a number of demos showing ARM and Keil tools and ARM processors, including:
• ARM DS-5 Professional Development Tools
• ARM Cortex-M system development with MDK-ARM (MDK-ARM and ULINKpro Streaming Trace)
• Optimized Embedded Middleware for ARM Cortex-M series (Keil Tools)
• Embedded GUIs with MDK-ARM
• ARM Cortex-M4 Audio Post Processing (FP-DSP vs. DSP vs. Thumb-2)
• Genevi – Montavista Automotive Demo
• ARM Cortex-M Motor Control
• Mbed – Internet of Things Prototype (MCU - M2M + M2Cloud)
NEW:UK 2012 is the ultimate trade show for the UK's embedded and electronics industry.
Spanning sectors from design to final manufacture and championing areas in live production, wireless, embedded, components, design, test, training, power supplies, power electronics and much more, the event offers an ideal platform to source products and services related to electronics design and manufacturing.
The 2012 expo will form part of the UKs largest manufacturing event running alongside another 7 industry events spanning more than 37,000 sqm of space and giving you the opportunity to see around 1,000 exhibiting companies.
This year's show will be held at the NEC Birmingham on the 18-19th April 2012.
Visit www.new-expo.co.uk for further information on the show.
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