Solving power & performance challenges with the STM32U5 MCU
Join us for 1-hour webinar and meet the STM32 game changer! Discover the new secure, high-performance, and ultra-low power STM32U5 MCUs for embedded IoT devices
This webinar was broadcasted Thursday, September 30th 2021
With our STM32 MCU family, we are constantly pushing back the boundaries of power consumption and device security.
The new-generation STM32U5 series with 40nm technology is the flagship of ultra-low power MCUs. Combining the Arm Cortex-M33 core with TrustZone with an extremely small power footprint and the latest device protections, the STM32U5 is ideal for various applications in consumer and industrial markets.
In this one-hour webinar, we will first focus on the new device IP present on the STM32U5, the Low Power Background Autonomous Mode (LPBAM), which allows for efficient data communication to retain core power. We will then present our new power supply architecture that includes best-in class DC/DC and LDO selection.
Our experts will also explain how the innovative security blocks, such as HUK, along with industry certifications, take cyber protection to a new level and can help developers streamline their IoT design process. Lastly, we will go through the new additions to the STM32 ecosystem that speed up time to market, including new middleware and development kits.
- Introduction to the new STM32U5 and ultra-low power footprint
- Focus on new device IP (LPBAM) and power management (Integrated DC/DC) architecture to maximize power budget/consumption
- Deeper dive into our security IP (HUK) along with certifications (PSA Level3)
- Latest additions to our ecosystem focusing on middleware offering along with TF-M offering
There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar where ST's experts will be available to answer your questions.
Tim Nakosut is a Staff Product Marketing Engineer supporting ST's microcontroller portfolio, a position he has held since 2014. He began his career in 2006 as an Application Engineer for microcontrollers, MEMS, and touch sensors. From San Jose, CA, Tim holds a BS in Computer Engineering from San Jose State University.
Bob Waskeiwicz is an Application Principle Engineer at STMicroelectronics with over 30 years of experience in embedded design. He graduated from VA Tech with a BSc in Electrical Engineering and has been working at ST for 14 years, supporting STM32 devices that use the Arm® Cortex®-M0 and -M7 cores and the Cortex-M33 core with TrustZone. He has been focusing on embedded security on STM32 for the past 5 years.
Gregory Proehl is a Senior Product Marketing Engineer with STMicroelectronics. He supports and promotes STM8 and STM32 products into the industrial space, and is responsible for the STM32Trust security framework in the Americas. He has worked at ST as a Field Application Engineer and Applications Manager for Digital Video, Marketing for NFC, and Marketing for Secure Microcontrollers. Greg earned his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from University of Illinois – Chicago.
Cicero Pompeu is a Product Marketing Engineer with microcontroller product marketing team for Latin America, he joined STMicroelectronics in 1997 as Application Engineer for Microcontrollers, based in São Paulo, Brazil office. With more than 30 years with product development. He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from FEI (Faculdade de Engenharia Industrial).
William Maia is an Application Engineer for microcontrollers, he has more than 10 years of experience in the electronics industry, supporting mostly embedded systems with 8-bit and 32-bit microcontrollers, in several areas of applications. He joined STMicroelectronics in 2019.
Full documentation including datasheets, reference manuals, and application notes can be found on the STM32U5 product page below. Design collateral such as board schematics, firmware examples, and product tools are available as well.