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New ARM Microcrocontroller Development Tool from NXP


Includes a C compiler and C libraries for rapid high-quality program development,


NXP Semiconductors has released a new web-enabled development tool platform, LPCXpresso, for the LPC ARM® processor family of microcontrollers. The LPCXpresso features an easy-to-use interface and supports the complete product design cycle, providing an end-to-end development solution. NXP is also announcing today the launch of the industry's first Cortex-M0 design competition, the &8220;LPC1100 Cortex-M0 Design Challenge,&8221; providing free LPCXpresso tools to qualified contestants.

LPCXpresso is designed for the beginner as well as the advanced designer. LPCXpresso users can now evaluate, explore and develop within a single easy-to-use interface while retaining all the advanced features associated with powerful and expensive tools.

“Designed for simplicity and ease of use, LPCXpresso gives designers a quick and easy way to work with the LPC1100, enabling anyone to develop with Cortex-M0,” said Geoff Lees, vice president and general manager, microcontroller product line, NXP Semiconductors. “This comprehensive toolchain also offers an easy migration path to our high-performance ARM7, ARM9 and Cortex families including the LPC1300 and LPC1700 MCUs.”

The LPCXpresso development platform features a powerful Eclipse-based IDE with an all-new intuitive NXP-designed user interface, optimized Cortex-M0 compiler and libraries, LPC-Link JTAG/SWD debug probe and target boards providing users with all the tools needed to accelerate product development and time-to-market.

The LPC1100 Cortex-M0 Design Challenge has all the ingredients for application developers to create the next exciting design and show &8220;What they can do with 65 cents.&8221; “NXP will be providing free LPCXpresso tools to all qualified contestants, as well as prizes for user feedback on the best LPCXpresso enhancement suggestions. The challenge features a ground-breaking Cortex-M0 product, free tools and over $10,000 in prizes.”

Technical Highlights
LPCXpresso IDE (Powered by Code Red): Includes best-in-class C programming environment with advanced features such as syntax highlighting, code folding, click-through links to definitions and declarations. The optimized GCC compiler and C libraries for the Cortex-M0 enables users to develop high-quality software solutions quickly and cost-effectively. The IDE features several LPC-specific enhancements and is simplified for 8/16 bit users with NXP's proprietary interface which employs a single perspective view, enabling a seamless interconnect between code development & debugging.

The company's Web site address is http://www.nxp.com/.
[Reprinted with kind permission from NXP Semiconductors]


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