BPM Microsystems device programming support now available for Luminary Micro's Stellaris Microcontrollers
May 24, 2007
Luminary Micro and BPM Microsystems have announced the availability of device programming support of Luminary Micro's Stellaris™ family of ARM® microcontrollers across BPM Microsystems' entire line of production equipment.
By adding support to the Stellaris device family, BPM Microsystems' end users can now improve their production fulfillment speed for devices powered by the industry's first ARM Cortex™-M3 microcontrollers.
The Stellaris device family is supported on BPM Microsystems' full product line of device programmers in the 28-SOIC and 48-LQFP package styles.
"BPM Microsystems' world-class support of our award-winning Stellaris family of microcontrollers provides our customers a rapid path to production," said Jean Anne Booth, Chief Marketing Officer at Luminary Micro. "We chose to work with BPM Microsystems because they have the largest installed base of major programming centers and an extremely wide variety of device programmers."
"By working closely with Luminary Micro, we provide customers with support for the industry's first and only ARM Cortex-M3 microcontrollers," said Tim Nolte, Director of Global Marketing at BPM Microsystems. "As the world market for MCUs continues to standardize on the ARM architecture at an incredible pace, BPM Microsystems is now in a great position to support 8- and 16-bit customers in making a logical transition to Luminary Micro's Stellaris microcontrollers."