9/16/2003 - Microcross announces the releases of embedded development kits based on Cogent Computer Systems Sharp LH79520 ARM720T, Atmel AT91RM9200 ARM920T, and Motorola MCF5272 Coldfire microprocessors. Microcross is offering each kit with GNU X-ToolsTM toolsuites (full development tools), a Cogent CSB3xx development board, a Cogent CSB300 breakout board with cables and power supply, and tryouts of Visual X-toolsTM IDE and ported RTOSs, including MicroC/OS-II by Micrium, and RTEMS by Cogent. The Coldfire kit includes a BDM Adapter for GDB debugger connection via parallel cable. The kits start at $849 for the ARM720T and $999 for the ARM920T and Coldfire. Microcross along with Cogent will be showing these kits at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston, Massachusetts on 16 and 17 September 2003.
Microcross is the leading global provider of GNU X-ToolsTM and solutions, training and support services. GNU X-ToolsTM, Microcross' flagship product, is a reliable, low-cost embedded developer solution supporting over 20 of the most popular embedded 16, 32 and 64-bit embedded microprocessors. GNU X-ToolsTM with its IDE companion, Visual X-ToolsTM, is becoming a standard for commercially supported embedded programming tools; no other solution offers the breadth and depth of microprocessor coverage. Microcross has the lowest prices for commercially supported GNU tools and solutions, providing customers best value, performance, and reliability for their money. For more information about Microcross, please browse www.microcross.com.
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