Segger is supporting the APM32 ARM-based microcontroller from Chinese chip maker Geehy Semiconductor with its J-Link debug probes and Flasher in-circuit programmers.
The APM32 industrial and automotive-grade MCUs (above) are based on the ARM Cortex-M0+, M3 and M4 cores and are certified to IEC61508 SIL3 for safety and AEC-Q100 for automotive designs. The series supports fast porting, helping designers shorten product design time, reduce R&D costs and optimize product performance. This makes the deal with Segger for the development tools and flash programmer for production key.
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“It is a great honour to cooperate with Segger,” said Evan Wang, executive VP of Geehy. “Now all of our APM32 series MCUs are fully supported by Segger’s family of J-Link debug probes. This opportunity helps us to better serve our domestic and international customers and to support engineers in developing embedded systems quickly and easily.”
“We are thrilled to partner with Geehy, making the most of their high-performance industrial and automotive-grade MCUs,” says Ivo Geilenbruegge, Managing Director of Segger in Germany. “With J-Link Prime, Segger makes sure that J-Links and Flashers deliver the best performance possible for debugging and flash programming all APM32 devices. We are looking forward to expanding our partnership with Geehy in the years to come.”
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