STM32MP1 microprocessor webinar
STM32MP1 series microprocessor with Linux distribution to speed IoT and smart industry innovation
Webinar recording from Thursday, June 27th , 2019
Learn how to accelerate the development of Linux-based applications using ST’s new general-purpose microprocessor series – the STM32MP1!
Wacth this one-hour webinar recording, where we will introduce you to the all-new STM32MP1 series multicore microprocessor (MPU) with compute and graphics support combined with power-efficient real-time control and high feature integration. Its flexible architecture facilitates development of high-performance solutions for industrial, consumer, smart home, health and wellness applications.
We will review how engineers can develop a new range of applications using the STM32MP1's heterogeneous architecture that combines Arm® Cortex®-A7 and Cortex®-M4 cores. The STM32MP1 performs fast processing and real-time tasks on a single chip to maximize power efficiency.
The STM32MP1 series MPU leverages the strong, proven STM32 ecosystem from ST and its partners, including tools and technical support. At the end of the session developers will understand how the versatile STM32MP1 can address applications requiring high-end processing performance and real-time sensitive processing.
You will learn
- About the flexible architecture of the STM32MP1
- The rich feature set and peripherals in the STM32MP1
- The STM32 ecosystem for successful MPU development
- Where to find additional development support resources
|Mike Hartmann is a Product Marketing Engineer and is part of the Americas microcontroller and microprocessor product marketing team. Mike has been with ST since 2001 and previously held various marketing and engineering roles in ST's Digital Product Group and Consumer Business Unit.
|Martin Lesniak is a Principal Applications Engineer for microcontrollers and is celebrating his 20th year with ST. Martin has supported ARM Cortex-M microcontroller families such as the highly successful STM32 as well as ST’s Cortex-A devices. Prior to ST, Martin worked as a hardware design engineer at Zenith Electronics and Omron, developing products for consumer and industrial automation applications.