Atmel Expands ARM-based Microcontroller Family with Extended-memory, Lower-power and Analog-enabled Devices

2/19/2002 - Atmel® Corporation (Nasdaq: ATML) announced today it has expanded its market-leading family of ARM®-based microcontrollers with four new products: the extended-memory AT91R40008 and AT91FR40162, the low-power AT91M42800A and the AT91M55800A with an ultra low-power mode and analog capability. Like all existing members of the AT91 family, they are based on the ARM7TDMI? 32-bit enhanced RISC processor core and are manufactured using high-density CMOS technology to keep die size to a minimum while ensuring maximum performance. They complement the AT91M40 series that is already in widespread use in applications as various as mobile phone accessories, point-of-sales terminals, storage devices, medical equipment, access control and telecom networking.

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