Monheim am Rhein, Germany – March 9th, 2023
SEGGER announces that its J-Link debug probes, Flasher in-circuit programmers, emPower OS as well as the development tools Embedded Studio, SystemView, and Ozone fully support the new STM32MP13 family of MPUs from STMicroelectronics, serving as a reliable foundation for any embedded software project.
“We are happy to extend our cooperation with ST in supporting their new MPU family from the get-go,” says Dirk Akemann, Marketing Manager at SEGGER. “This starts with our development tools and continues all the way to SEGGER’s high-speed in-circuit production tools. We pave the road from start to finish – development to mass production.”
SEGGER J-Links are the most widely used line of debug probes on the market. Features include record-breaking high-performance flash loaders, up to 4 MB/s download speed, and the ability to set an unlimited number of breakpoints in the flash memory of MCUs.
SEGGER Flashers are a family of professional in-circuit programmers, designed to be used in service environments, prototype programming, and for mass production. They program the flash (non-volatile) memory of microcontrollers and Systems-on-Chip (SoCs) as well as (Q)SPI flashes.
The development tools include SEGGER’s leading multi-platform IDE Embedded Studio, the real-time software analysis tool SystemView, and the J-Link debugger and performance analyzer Ozone.
emPower OS is a complete operating system for embedded systems and IoT devices, including an RTOS, file system, user interface, and webserver as well as connectivity libraries, security algorithms, and IP. This makes it the all-in-one solution for any CPU — any manufacturer — any cloud. Components are also available individually.
STMicroelectronics is a global semiconductor company creating and delivering microchips for embedded systems – the hidden part of the world we live in today. Their chips are used in products as diverse as electric cars and key fobs, giant factory machines and data centers, washing machines and hard disks, smartphones, and toothbrushes.