SEGGER fully supports Arm Cortex-M85

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SEGGER has announced that its product line now fully supports the Arm Cortex-M85.

This includes SEGGER’s Embedded Studio IDE, its J-Link debug probe, its Ozone debugger and its emPower OS all-in-one embedded operating system.

SEGGER’s J-Link can be fine-tuned for software development and production and features include flashloaders, with up to 3 MiB/s RAM download speed, and the ability to set an unlimited number of breakpoints in the flash memory of MCUs. Ozone is a multi-platform debugger and performance analyser for J-Link and J-Trace.

"At Embedded World 2022, Renesas demonstrated the industry’s first Arm Cortex-M85-based MCU. Thanks to the use of the SEGGER J-Link debug probes, Renesas was able to minimise bring-up time of the new system and quickly develop an HMI demonstration application based on the SEGGER emWin,” said Andy Beeson, Product Manager at Renesas Electronics.

Embedded Studio is SEGGER’s multi-platform IDE (Integrated Development Environment) and includes all the tools and features a developer will require for embedded C and C++ programming and development. It comes with SEGGER’s highly optimised emRun runtime and emFloat floating-point libraries, as well as its smart Linker, all of which have been developed from the ground up specifically for resource-constrained embedded systems. In combination with the Clang-based, highly optimising C/C++ SEGGER Compiler, extremely small yet efficient programmes can be generated.

SEGGER's emPower OS provides an RTOS plus a complete spectrum of software libraries including communication, security, data compression and storage, user interface software and more. Notably, emWin, the company’s embedded graphics library, enables the creation of highly efficient, and high-quality graphical user interfaces on any embedded system.