At Embedded World 2023 March 14th to the 16th a PEmicro x GigaDevice collaboration brings you a Cyclone FX ARM standalone demo of the GD32350R-EVAL board. Please visit Gigadevice's booth at Hall 3A Booth 527 and experiment with the Cyclone's touch screen and START button.
The industry's fastest standalone programming hardware meets the very popular GigaDevice ARM device family at Embedded World 2023 for a demonstration of how PEmicro's fast and reliable Cyclone hardware could be used in your current or future projects. The Cyclone can securely and quickly power up the target board, enter debug, and erase/program the device so quickly that the user may not realize the demo is already complete! The user can switch between projects and see the board behave differently by choosing between the programming images that are stored inside the Cyclone.
Visit GigaDevice's booth at Hall 3A Booth 527 and speak with a representative who will show you how to run the demo and tell you more about the different GigaDevice GD32 MCU family devices they offer.
Also check our PEmicro's booth for a first look at GigaDevice's RISC-V device GD32VF103 connected to our Multilink FX hardware as we announce that PEmicro hardware interfaces are now RISC-V ready! Speak with a PEmicro representative to learn more about our support for the exciting new RISC-V architecture and let us know what you are looking for in your RISC-V debugging and programming solution.
More about GigaDevice:
GigaDevice is an industry-leading company that offers ARM® Cortex®-M3, Cortex®-M4, Cortex®-M23, Cortex®-M33 core, and RISC-V 32-bit general-purpose MCU products.
The GD32VF103 device is the first 32-bit general-purpose microcontroller based on the RISC-V core worldwide, with an impressive balance of processing power, reduced power consumption, and a rich peripheral set.
The GigaDevice GD32 MCU family is well-suited for a wide range of applications, including industrial control, user interfaces, motor drives, power monitors and alarm systems, consumer and handheld equipment, solar photovoltaic controls, touch panels, PC peripherals, and more.