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ARM mbed community gets access to CSR connectivity solutions

04 Mar 2014

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CSR has joined the ARM mbed platform as a component partner. The partnership provides the mbed community access to CSR Bluetooth, Bluetooth Smart, Wi-Fi and GPS

connectivity solutions and makes it easy for them to be integrated into existing microcontroller projects.

The ARM mbed IoT device development platform is an initiative that provides hardware and software building blocks to developers, lowering the barrier of entry for rapid development of Internet-connected products and concepts based on ARM microcontrollers. The project also enables easy integration of connectivity and software components.

As a component partner, CSR is providing access to its range of connectivity and location solutions. CSR will be working to provide the mbed community with simple software access to its desirable wireless connectivity technologies including GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Developers can take advantage of the diverse peripheral options offered by the ARM microcontrollers available from multiple vendors such as NXP, ST and Freescale on the mbed platform and use CSR solutions to accelerate development of a vast array of IoT applications.

The first connectivity and Bluetooth Smart add-on solutions for mbed was demonstrated at the Embedded World show in Nuremberg, with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS location solutions following later in the year.




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