October 22, 2020
Nordic Semiconductor’s partnership with Arm began in the summer of 2012 when Nordic re-defined the Bluetooth Low Energy market with the launch of its nRF51 Series of Systems-on-Chips (SoCs). For the first time, these chips uniquely separated the wireless protocol stack from the application software and included a 32-bit Arm Cortex-M based processor and enough embedded memory to run Bluetooth LE and proprietary 2.4GHz or ANT wireless technologies, enabling connected IoT products from a single chip
Nordic’s first Arm Cortex-M based SoC was launched in 2012 with the introduction of Nordic’s nRF51 Series. Since then, each successive ultra-low power Nordic SoC has included an Arm Cortex-M processor, allowing Nordic chips to support every major ultra-low power wireless standard including Bluetooth, Thread, Zigbee, ANT, 2.4GHz proprietary, and NFC wireless technologies from a single chip.
Nordic Semiconductor recently announced it has launched ‘nRF Connect for VS Code’. The nRF Connect extension pack allows developers to use the popular Visual Studio Code Integrated Development Environment (VS Code IDE) to develop, build, test, and deploy embedded...
Nordic enhances commercial support for nRF9160 SiP cellular IoT customers with launch of Cloud location services
Nordic Semiconductor recently announced the launch of its ‘nRF Cloud Location Services’. The Cloud-based product enables customers to access detailed, fast and accurate commercial location services for their nRF9160 System-in-Package (SiP)-powered cellular IoT...
The nPM1100 is a dedicated power management IC (PMIC) with dual-mode configurable buck regulator and integrated battery charger. It is designed as a complementary component to Nordic’s nRF52® Series and nRF53® Series System-on-Chips (SoCs) to ensure reliable power...
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