SEGGER Embedded Studio now available for the RE family of MCUs

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Embedded developers will now be able to use SEGGER Embedded Studio IDE with the Renesas RE Family of microcontrollers (MCUs).

Embedded Studio is SEGGER’s cross-platform integrated development environment (IDE) for embedded systems development. The editor is quick to start up and the build process has been designed to be fast, saving users significant development time.

Embedded Studio contains SEGGER's own runtime and floating point libraries, compilers and linkers. All of these components were developed from the ground up specifically for resource-constrained embedded systems, are extensively used internally at SEGGER, and are continuously updated and developed.

Optimisations are made at various stages of the build process to reduce code size and improve execution speed. The linker can make optimal use of the typically small memory of microcontrollers. Code blocks can be distributed over several memory areas and unusable memory locations can be omitted.

Embedded Studio supports all the features that characterize J-Link and J-Trace, such as unlimited breakpoints in flash memory or RTT (Real Time Transfer).

For educational and non-commercial purposes, Embedded Studio can be downloaded free of charge and without registration from the SEGGER website.