Renesas Electronics Corporation has announced that customers can now use Microsoft® Visual Studio Code (VS Code) to program the complete line of Renesas microcontrollers (MCUs) and microprocessors (MPUs). Renesas has added tool extensions for all of its embedded processors to the Microsoft VS Code website, enabling a huge base of designers comfortable with the popular Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and code editor to work in their preferred environment.
Infineon claims 1Mbit automotive-qualified serial F-RAM is an industry first
Infineon claims to offer the industry’s first 1Mbit automotive-qualified serial F-RAM. It has introduced two ferroelectric RAM (F-RAM) devices in 1Mbit and 4Mbit densities. The 1Mbit (CY15B201QN-50SXE) and 4Mbit (CY15B204QN-40SXE) are intended to meet demand for specialised data logging memories that instantly capture and reliably store critical data for decades and which are used in automotive event data recorders (EDRs).
Infineon further extends its edge AI capabilities and choice-of-platforms for Machine Learning-based models for Bluetooth customers by partnering with Edge Impulse
Infineon Technologies has announced it is teaming with Edge Impulse to extend its Tiny Machine Learning-based AI development tools for the PSoC™ 63 Bluetooth® LE microcontroller (MCU). Developers of AI-enabled IoT applications can now also build edge Machine Learning (ML) applications using the Edge Impulse Studio environment for deployment on high-performance, low-power PSoC 63 Bluetooth LE MCUs.
Infineon acquires Tiny Machine Learning leader Imagimob to strengthen its offering in embedded AI solutions
Infineon Technologies today announced that Infineon has acquired the Stockholm-based startup Imagimob AB, a leading platform provider for Machine Learning solutions for edge devices. With this acquisition Infineon advances its position to offer a world-class Machine Learning (ML) solution and significantly complements its AI offerings. Imagimob provides an end-to-end machine learning toolchain that is highly flexible and easy to use with a strong focus on delivering production-grade ML-models. Infineon is acquiring 100% of the company’s shares. Both parties have agreed not to disclose the amount of the transaction.
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