IDE targets concurrent 8/32-bit MCU and wireless design

IDE targets concurrent 8/32-bit MCU and wireless design

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By eeNews Europe

This new software release inherits the best features of the original Simplicity Studio platform and adds support for Silicon Labs’ new 8-bit EFM8 MCU family, new EZR32 sub-GHz wireless MCUs and EM35xx Ember ZigBee wireless SoCs – the most widely used 2.4 GHz connectivity solution in the 802.15.4 mesh networking market.

The tool provides MCU and wireless developers with one-click access to everything they need to complete their projects, from initial concept to final product, in a unified software environment. It includes an Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE), graphical configuration tools, energy profiling tools, network analysis tools, demos, software examples, documentation, technical support and community forums. All of these integrated features combine to make embedded development simple and productive for IoT developers.

Simplicity Studio automatically detects the connected 8-bit or 32-bit MCU or wireless IC, graphically configure the device, and show supported configuration options to help developers get their projects up and running in minutes. The contextually aware development environment provides developers with product information that is relevant to their project while integrated real-time energy profiling and network packet analyzer tools also enable developers to create robust networks and energy-efficient wireless nodes and to enhance energy consumption for optimal battery life and size.
The Simplicity Studio development platform is available to developers at no charge and can be downloaded by visiting

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