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In this section you will find the latest news from STM.

Marketing presentations from STM and SILICA are here

STM Studio

STM Studio helps debug and diagnose STM8 and STM32 applications while they are running by reading and displaying their variables in real-time.

STM32 Cube

STM32 pin allocation, code generator and more that substitute the MicroXplorer.

STM brochure & flayer

ST's 8-bit microcontroller platform is implemented around a high-performance 8-bit core and a state-of-the-art set of peripherals.
Performance: @24MHz - 6 DMIPS - 5 CoreMark
The STM8 platform supports three main product lines:
STM8S, general-purpose MCU
STM8L, ultra-low-power EnergyLite™ MCU
STM8A, automotive MCU
STM8AL, automotive ultra-low-power MCU
EvaBoard for STM8 DALI is here
STM32-STM8 embedded software solutions (update to January 2012, pdf 1.9MB), is here.

The STM32 family of 32-bit Flash microcontrollers is based on the breakthrough ARM Cortex™ M0, M3, M4 and M7 core featuring architectural enhancements with the Thumb-2 instruction set to deliver improved performance with better code density, significantly faster response to interrupts, all combined with industry-leading power savings. It offers a complete 32-bit product range while maintaining full integration and ease of development.
In addition, STM every day works to improve the STM32 EcoSystem.
The STM32 main product lines:
STM32F7xx, very high performance MCU + TFT controller - Cortex M7
STM32F4xx, general-purpose MCU + TFT controller - Cortex M4
STM32F3xx, for analog applications MCU - Cortex M4
STM32F1xx & STM32F2xx, general-purpose MCU - Cortex M3
STM32F0xx, general-purpose MCU - Cortex M0
STM32L4xx, ultra-low-power EnergyLite™ MCU - Cortex M4
STM32L1xx, ultra-low-power EnergyLite™ MCU - Cortex M3
, ultra-low-power EnergyLite™ MCU - Cortex M0+

  • Page related to: STM32L0xx - Cortex M0+ ultra-low-power
    @32MHz - 26 DMIPS - 75 CoreMark/MHz 

  • Page related to: STM32L1xx - Cortex M3 ultra-low-power
    @32Mhz - 33 DMIPS - 93 CoreMark 

  • Page related to: STM32L4xx - Cortex M4 ultra-low-power 
    @80Mhz - 100 DMIPS - 273 CoreMark

  • Page related to: STM32F0xx - Cortex M0 
    @48MHz - 38 DMIPS - 106 CoreMark    

  • Page related to: STM32F1xx - Cortex M3
    @72 Mhz - 61(90) DMIPS - 177 CoreMark   
    @24 Mhz - 30 DMIPS - 51 CoreMark

  • Page related to: STM32F2xx - Cortex M3 high performance
    @120 MHz - 150 DMIPS - 398 CoreMark

  • Page related to: STM32F3xx - Cortex M4 for analog applications
    @72 MHz - 90 DMIPS - 245
    CoreMark from CMM-SRAM

  • Page related to: STM32F4xx - Cortex M4, include TFT controller 
    @168/180 MHz - 225 DMIPS@180MHz - 363 to 608 CoreMark (compiler dependent)

  • Page related to: STM32F7xx - Cortex M7, very high performance MCU, + TFT controller 
    @200 MHz - 428 DMIPS - 1000 CoreMark

  • Page related to: STM32Wxx  - Cortex M3 with transceiver at 2,4Ghz
    @24 Mhz - 30 DMIPS - 78 CoreMark
    ATTENTION: STM32Wxx is not to use for the new projects.
    For more info contact your local SILICA / STM office.

    • Oscillator design guide for STM8S, STM8A and STM32 microcontrollers, AN2867

    • STM32 Class B - IEC60335

    • STM32 snippets
      a set of examples to help the designers when creating their own fully optimized C-code application.

    • NUCLEO eva boards
      STM32 Nucleo – open development hardware supporting Arduino™ connectivity and mbed.
      STMicroelectronics is following a new path to support engineers in evaluation of MCUs and prototyping their applications.

    • X-NUCLEO
      The X-NUCLEO board are shields for NUCLEO eva Board.

    • Certification of YOGITECH’s Diagnostic Libraries enabling SIL2(3) on STMicroelectronics’ STM32 MCUs provides final customers with top quality. See here and here.

    • STM32 Open Development Environment (ODE)
      The STM32 Open Development Environment (STM32 ODE)  is an open, flexible, easy and affordable way to develop innovative devices and applications based on the STM32 32-bit microcontroller family combined with other state-of-the-art ST components connected via expansion boards. It enables fast prototyping with leading-edge components that can quickly be transformed into final designs.

    • IDE tips and tricks

    • STemWin
      Professional graphical stack library enabling the building up of Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs).

    • DALI for STM32
      Dali slave example for STM32F and STM32L families

    • STM32 HW and SW tools
      DFU, USB Driver, Audio library, Virtual COM, EvaBoards, etc

    • ARM and STMicroelectronics join with Mathworks to Enable Code Generation, Debug and Modelling For STM32 Microcontrollers

    • uCLinux and STM32

    • Drones and STM32

    • STM adopt Thingsquare’s OS (Mist OS) for ‘Internet of Things’, see here and here.
      • The products compatible with Mist are ST's SPIRIT1 radio transceiver on the STM32L microcontroller platform.

    • VGA output using a 36-pin STM32F103 is here

    • STM32 and APPLE (iPAD, iPOD, etc) is here

    • Page related to: DiZiC ZigBee Star Network

    • Silica Xynergy Board - STM32 meets Spartan-6

    • Silica porfID Board - STM32F meets STM8L and RFID

    • ARDUINO developed using the STM32F103

    • STM32 goes Java

    • .NET micro framework for the STM32

    • DMX-512 protocol for ligthing control

    • STM32 motor control

    • STM32-STM8 embedded software solutions (update to January 2012, pdf 1.9MB), is here.

    • Small introduction to the ARM Cortex family is here.

    • Production programming tools for STM32 is here.

    • STM32 Journal
STM32 and STM8 MCU Longevity Commitment
STMicroelectronics provides a minimum longevity commitment of 10 years for its below listed STM32 ARM® Cortex®-M and STM8 microcontrollers.

STM32 & STM8 product finder app for smartphone & tablet is here 

STM32 training courses (for Europe) see here

Evaluation Boards for STM8 & STM32 are here

SPEAr embedded MPUs (ARM9 & CORTEX A9)
SPEAr® eMPU family are 32-bit ARM® ARM926EJ-S or Cortex-A9 based devices for cost-sensitive applications requiring significant processing and connectivity capabilities at lower power consumptions.

SPC5 - 32-bit family for automotive (Power PC)

The SPC56 family of 32-bit automotive microcontrollers is designed using Power Architecture™ and ST’s 90 nm embedded Flash technology. Developed within the framework of the STMicroelectronics/Freescale Joint Development Program (JDP), it combines a scalable range of 200 cores with innovative peripheral sets that are optimized for building efficient applications in engine management, chassis, safety, body control and instrument clusters.

STR9 ( WebServer )
Introduction to Networking and Ethernet (TCP, IP, UDP, etc) in English is here (pdf)
Introduzione al Networking e a Ethernet (TCP, IP, UDP, ecc) in Italiano è qui (pdf)

Xpander devices are general-purpose input/output port expanders to interface digital ASICs via a two-line bidirectional bus (I²C). Intelligent features offered by Xpander logic include an advanced matrix keypad controller supporting up to 96 keys and an advanced PWM controller providing complex brightness pattern control.

The ST-LINK is an in-circuit debugger and programmer for the STM8 and STM32 microcontroller families.
The SWIM and JTAG/SWD interface is used to communicate with the STM8 or STM32 microcontroller located on your own application board.

STVP is: ST Visual Programmer for programming ST7, STM8, STM8T and STM32.
If you need to customize the STVP is possible using DLL package (for Windows), for more info see here.

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