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Low-Power Apollo Microcontroller Now in Volume Production

Ambiq Micro’s Apollo MCU—which was demonstrated to consume less than half the energy of other microcontrollers in real-world applications (EEMBC ULPBench benchmark)—is now available for shipping for high-volume consumer applications. The microcontroller features active mode current around 34 µA/MHz when running from flash memory and sleep mode current less than 150 nA. Built around an ARM M4 core with a floating-point unit, it’s available with 64 to 512 KB of embedded flash memory. In addition, it includes a 10-bit ADC and a variety of serial interfaces.  AMB012 Ambiq Available in both BGA and WLCSP packages, the Apollo MCU is available for immediate delivery with prices starting at $1.50 in 10,000-unit quantities.

Source: Ambiq Micro


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