Oki Semiconductor of Tokyo has tapped United Kingdom-based Unique Memec and Memec Design, two operating units of Memec Group Holdings Ltd., San Diego, to create an evaluation board for the supplier's ML674000 32-bit microcontroller for general purpose applications.
The ML674000 is part of Oki's family of microcontrollers designed to give developers a low cost tool into 32-bit ARM technology. Oki, Unique Memec and Memec Design will create evaluation boards for other Oki microcontrollers in the coming months to assist customers in testing Oki's ARM core-based solutions.
Also available is the RealView Developer kit for Oki's ML674000. The kit includes ARM family-based compilation tools, a GUI-based debugger, and the ARM RealView ICE Micro Edition product, providing JTAG run control through a standard 8 MHz JTAG TAP at data rates of 100 Kbytes/sec.
The evaluation board for Oki's ML674000 microcontroller is available from Unique Memec at $199 each.