More than a decade ago, NXP laid the foundation for today's MCU market with the introduction of the industry's first truly integrated flash MCU, based on ARM® technology – the LPC2106. By combining the ARM7TDMI-S processor with on-chip FLASH,
"NXP has maintained its leadership because we understand behind every embedded application are engineers that need a trusted supplier," said
Building on our history of innovation – to include flash-less MCUs that execute in place from external memory, expanding with ARM Cortex®-M-based devices, and now providing integrated security, protection, and a range of options including ultra-low power to high performance – NXP has always found a way to differentiate its products in market.
"We have long been a partner to NXP's LPC microcontroller portfolio," said
"We're proud of our accomplishments thus far and this just sets the stage for more to come," said Lees. "Most exciting is our unique scale – from microcontrollers to microprocessors – enabling us to deliver the latest advances in ultra-low power process technology and design. This is further strengthened by our comprehensive software and solutions offering that help make up NXP's powerhouse portfolio, ensuring our customers are always in a position to solve ever more challenging problems."
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