SAN FRANCISCO ARM Holdings plc Monday (Jan. 30) released a microcontroller development kit said to integrate the company's RealView Compilation Tools with the Keil µVision3 development environment.
According the ARM (Cambridge, England), the RealView Microcontroller Development Kit product provides developers with a feature-rich, integrated development environment specifically optimized for a wide range of ARM processor-based microcontrollers.
“This announcement is clear evidence that the acquisition of Keil is already bearing results,” said Mike Inglis, ARM executive vice president of marketing and business development, in a statement. “The RealView Microcontroller Development Kit, together with the wide choice of ARM processor-based microcontrollers from our semiconductor partners, provides a complete solution to attack the embedded, automotive, and consumer markets.”
ARM said the RealView Microcontroller Development Kit features a Keil µVision3 integrated development environment, including a full project manager, editor, debugger and comprehensive MCU simulator for accurate designs.
ARM bought Keil, a supplier of software development tools for microcontrollers with locations in Texas and Germany, last October.
The kit is available immediately from ARM and its authorized distributors, a list of which is posted at
www.keil.com/distis. Pricing information was not provided.