Results 1 – 12 of 16 Graphics, Touch, Sound and Usb, User Interface Design for Embedded Applications. Sep 22, by Lucio Di Jasio. View Lucio Di Jasio’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Lucio has 1 job listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn. Lucio Di Jasio manages an international team responsible for business development and strategic marketing at Microchip.
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Lucio di Jasio, business development manager with Microchip, said: And we have a lot of new customers.
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He also suggested the two companies have more in common than meets the eye when it comes to MCUs. The two companies are like twins separated at birth.
However, he also suggested that the Atmel legacy might need a bit of closer attention. Microchip introduced core independent peripherals CIPs aroundwhile Atmel developed the Event System a little earlier. It allows peripherals to send triggers to each other, remote from the CPU.
Designers can never have enough MCUs, according to Lucio Di Jasio
One area where Microchip saw a particular gap in coverage was in rapid development tools. But whether the tools will eventually merge is yet to be decided. Looking at the 32bit arena, Di Jasio notes the portfolio has also expanded significantly. That functionality would have taken years to develop, so we get access to new markets now. MIPS parts are good in audio, for example, while the benefit of the ARM architecture is that it brings access to the ecosystem, libraries and third party tools.
More choice is always better. Interestingly, Di Jasio contends that, while there is a transition in the industry from the use du 8bit to 32bit MCUs, there are designers moving the other way.
Can such a broad range of devices be sustained? In fact, he claims Microchip is still seeing interest in parts designed 20 years ago.
And he says interest in the 8bit MCU remains strong. One-off usage is permitted but bulk copying is not. For multiple copies contact the sales team. Not all entries will be published.
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