First SiP for STM32MP1 line

First SiP for STM32MP1 line

By eeNews Europe

OSD32MP1 is intended to allow STM32 family users to move to Linux without adding size or complexity to their design. Octavo’s tightly integrated system building blocks deliver a device that is up to 64% smaller than an equivalent system made from discrete components. At only 18mm X 18mm OSD32MP1 integrates the STM32MP1 microprocessor, STPMIC1 Power Management IC (PMIC), Up to 1GB of DDR3 memory, 4K non-volatile EEPROM, MEMs oscillators, and over 100 passives into a single BGA package.

The new STM32MP1 contains Dual Arm Cortex-A7 microprocessors along with an Arm Cortex-M4 microcontroller. It has a wide range of peripherals, including two 22 Channel ADCs, a camera interface, 1Gbps Ethernet, and a 3D GPU.

The STM32MP1 leverages the STM32 Cube Environment. The inclusion of the Cortex-M4 MCU allows full re-use of the STM32 MCU Cube Firmware while adding support for Linux. The OSD32MP1 integration allows users to take advantage of a full microprocessor without the increase in complexity that typically comes from routing DDR and complex power management. The ability to re-use firmware and the elimination of complexity makes the OSD32MP1 the easiest path for designers to move from a microcontroller to Linux.

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