SEGGER recently released Embedded Studio PRO, which is an advanced platform that combines the company’s user-friendly Embedded Studio development environment, along with a selection of its key embedded software components, an industry-leading J-Link PLUS debug probe, plus an emPower evaluation board.
SEGGER Embedded Studio (which was launched last year) is a streamlined but powerful IDE for ARM-based microcontrollers. It is designed to provide all tools needed for professional embedded development. Supporting all major operating systems (Windows, Mac OS X and Linux), it presents a comprehensive solution for the implementation of embedded applications (with source code editing, compiling, and debug functionality all encompassed).
Further components from SEGGER’s portfolio of middleware that are incorporated in the Embedded Studio PRO package help to expand the scope of development possibilities and reduce time to market. These include the embOS high-performance RTOS with zero latency, the emFile robust file management system, the emWin GUI for any application that operates with a graphical LCD, the embOS/IP TCP/IP stack for Internet connectivity and the emUSB USB stack with host and target side support.
The package also contains a J-Link PLUS debug probe, with J-Flash software and sophisticated features such as unlimited flash breakpoints, SystemView analysis tool andMonitor Mode function. This is complemented by emPower, SEGGER’s new demonstrator board, which is designed to enhance software evaluation, prototyping and proof of concept. Embedded Studio PRO is supplied with sample projects to ensure a quick and easy start (including one for the emPower board which contains all the necessary middleware components).
SEGGER Embedded Studio package is available for $12,400 as a Single Developer License for unlimited products on all Cortex-M cores.
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