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Cloud connectivity sol'n safeguards IoT apps

28 Jan 2016

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element14 has introduced a cloud connectivity kit to help build secure IoT applications with AES encryption, NFC, WiFi and a number of sensing technologies, driven by powerful, multi-core ARM processing capabilities. According to the company, the LPC43S67 & A70CM cloud connectivity kit provides a high-performance, dual-core ARM Cortex processor along with IC-enabled security and add-on boards affording the designer various IoT features such as NFC, AES128/192/256 encryption, WiFi connectivity, Ethernet, accelerometer, gyroscope, temperature sensor and an LCD, targeting IoT or cloud-backed mobile applications.

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Beyond the target hardware, which includes the LPCXpresso43S67 board with LPC43S67 dual-core (M4F and M0+) MCU and NXP A7001CM Secure Element, NTAG NDC plug-in card, LPC General Purpose Shield (hosting an accelerometer, gyroscope, temperature sensor, joystick and LCD), IEEE 802.11b/g SD card, this kit is supported by NXP's LPCXpresso IDE and ZentriOS, a complete connected product operating system available as a licensable software solution. The Zentri SDK, can be easily combined with the rich editing and debugging capabilities of the LPCXpresso IDE by installation of a free plugin, noted the company.

Debugging is simplified by LPCXpresso43S67's on-board Link2 probe, which offers full source code debugging capability without the need for any additional hardware.

element14 is also launching the NXP LPCXpresso43S67 and LPCXpresso4367 development boards individually enabling development and prototyping on the LPC43xx and LPC43Sxx series MCUs from NXP.

The LPCXpresso development boards claim to offer a high-performance, dual-core ARM Cortex processor Cortex-M4F and Cortex-M0+ running at up to 204MHz, along with IC-enabled security for development and prototyping of secure mobile or cloud-connected applications LPC43Sxx devices only. The board is expandable by way of Arduino Uno R3 and Pmod-compatible headers. Debug is enabled via on-board, high-speed USB debug probe.

With LPCOpen software packages, users can quickly and easily utilise NXP's extensive array of MCU software libraries to create and develop multifunctional products.

The NXP LPC43S67 & A70CM cloud connectivity kit, NXP LPCXpresso43S67 and LPCXpresso4367 development boards are available from Farnell element14 in Europe, Newark element14 in North America and element14 in APAC.




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