Strong growth in MCUs for IoT applications and suppliers jockeying for marketshare resulted in several acquisitions. IC Insights reveals how this chan...
Cypress's first quarter sales has reached ₹3,616.65 crore ($531.9 million), the highest quarterly revenue it has reported since spinning off SunPower ...
The CYW43438 integrates IEEE 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in a single chip to enable small-form-factor IoT designs, according to Cypress.
As the complexity of programmable system-on-chip architectures and their MCU increases, so do the issues that can occur at each stage of design.
One common issue developers face in Cortex-M0-based embedded systems is the hard fault, and chasing down a hard fault can be very time consuming.
EZ-PD CCG3 controller minimises bill-of-material costs and simplifies designs, replacing multiple discrete components with a single-chip solution.
Programmable, EZ-PD chips now support the latest USB-IF spec for a new class of charge-through dongles and docks.
The 64Mb HyperRAM is designed to serve as an expanded scratchpad memory for high-resolution graphics of data-intensive firmware algorithms.
Despite a “little overlap” between the companies’ IoT products, those destined for a hard look will be Cypress’ Bluetooth products.
The HyperRAM and HyperFlash solution reduces pin count by at least 28 pins, decreasing design complexity and lowering PCB cost.