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IDE/Compilers/Probes Provide Dev Support For 32-Bit PIC MCUs

Software development environment is an integrated set of tools that is now optimized to Microchips’ 32-bit MCUs, leveraging CPU-specific features for high performance and minimal code size.

Green Hills’ new software development product suite, including the MULTI IDE, Compiler 2014.1, Green Hills Probe and SuperTrace Probe, adds support for Microchip’s PIC32MZ family of 32-bit MCUs. The software development environment is an integrated set of tools that is now optimized to Microchips’ 32-bit MCUs, leveraging CPU-specific features for high performance and minimal code size. The Green Hills Probe features 100+ MHz sustained JTAG TCK rates and 10+ MB/second sustained download speeds, and the SuperTrace Probe captures up to 4 GB of trace data at clock speeds up to 1.2 GHz (trace port speeds over 300 MHz). The PIC32MZ 32-bit MCU line is based on the MIPS microAptiv core, runs at 200 MHz/330 DMIPS, achieves a score of 654 CoreMarks, has high integration and memory density, and provides up to 35% code compression. For applications requiring embedded connectivity, the family includes Hi-Speed USB, Ethernet and CAN, along with a broad set of wired and wireless protocol stacks. The MULTI 6.1.6 IDE, Compiler 2014.1, Green Hills Probe and SuperTrace Probe for Microchip’s PIC32MZ family of 32-bit MCUs are available now.

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