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Code generation support for STM32F7 MCU

Altia has announced its code generation support for the STMicroelectronics STM32F7 Microcontroller (MCU). The STM32F7 addresses a range of applications and is said to be the first MCU on the market to feature the ARM Cortex-M7 processor.

The STM32F7 is expected to provide product designers with opportunities to enhance application performance, add new functions, extend battery life, ensure security and minimise use of external components to save cost and size.

Altia's graphical user interface (GUI) development software is used by companies to get first class displays onto lowest cost, best performing hardware. With Altia Design GUI editor, designers can create custom graphics from scratch or use tools like Adobe Photoshop to draw their GUIs, create animation, define behaviour and optimise user experience.

DeepScreen, but Altia, generates pure C source code that can be deployed onto the STM32F7 plus a variety of low- to high-powered processors from silicon providers including STMicroelectronics, Renesas, Freescale, Spansion, Texas Instruments and more.

Tom Austin-Morgan

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