ATMEL/JUNGO DEBUT USBWARE SOFTWARE PROTOCOL STACKS FOR AT91.
"USBWare provides a simple and ready-to-use USB stack solution for our ARM microcontrollers," commented Jean-Christophe Zettel, Manager of Atmel's ARM-based Microcontroller Application Group. "The composite classes for the USB devices, the OHCI stacks for small RTOSes and the wide range of operating systems supported make USBware a very attractive solution for the majority of the system designers working with AT91 microcontrollers."
"Jungo is happy to enhance its existing partnership for Atmel with USBware, Jungo's complete and AT91-ready software implementation of the USB protocol," said Oren Manor, USBware Product Manager with Jungo's Software Tools Division. "This collaboration provides embedded engineers with complete USB hardware and software solution, allowing our mutual customers to reach a design win quickly and bring their USB products to market without delays."
The AT91 ARM(TM)7- and ARM(TM)9-based microcontrollers include on-chip device and host USB functionality and come equipped with a wide range of third party software including BSPs for all leading RTOSes. Jungo's USBware features an operating system independent implementation of the USB protocol, facilitating development with any operating system, including common RTOS such as eCos/eCosPRO, uC\OS-II, OSE, ThreadX, Linux(R), Vxworks(R) WinCE, XPe, Integrity(R), pSOS, MQX, Nucleus, embOS and proprietary 16/32-bit operating systems. The partnership offers a pre-validated and complete USB software implementation including low-level controller drivers for the AT91 host and device cores and standard class drivers, allowing developers to easily incorporate USB connectivity.
About AT91 Smart ARM-based Microcontrollers
Atmel's AT91 Smart ARM-based microcontrollers cover the entire spectrum from low-cost, low-pin-count devices based on the ARM7 processor to high-performance systems-on-chip based on the ARM9. The ARM processor offers a flexible configuration of on- and off-chip memories together with an extensive set of peripherals for control, communication and data storage purposes. These include USB Host and Device and Ethernet 10/100 Base-T MAC as well as interfaces for a variety of Flash cards.
Atmel's AT91 Smart ARM microcontroller product information may be retrieved at http://www.atmel.com/products/AT91.
USBware offers a complete, high quality, small footprint and industry compliant embedded USB Host/Device/On-The-Go (OTG) software protocol stacks, enabling device manufactures to incorporate standard USB connectivity in their designs. Designed to suit the diversity of embedded platforms, USBware's modular architecture encompasses three software layers: low level controller driver (HAL), USB Core, and Class Drivers (Mass Storage, HID, Serial, CDC and others), all extendable to support additional custom devices. Jungo's USBware is provided in ANSI C source code, extensive documentation and support services, with royalty-free distribution rights.
For more information, please visit: http://www.jungo.com/usbware_embedded_usb_solution.html .
Atmel is a leader in the design and manufacture of microcontrollers, advanced logic, mixed-signal, nonvolatile memory and radio frequency (RF) components. Leveraging one of the industry's broadest intellectual property (IP) technology portfolios, Atmel is able to provide the electronics industry with complete system solutions. Focused on consumer, industrial, security, communications, computing and automotive markets, Atmel ICs can be found Everywhere You Are(R).
For more information, visit http://www.atmel.com or call 408/487-2963.
Jungo Ltd. is a supplier of USB/PCI driver and firmware development tools, embedded USB software solutions and residential gateway platforms. Jungo has partnered with leading operating system and silicon vendors to provide the best solutions to software and hardware developers. Jungo is a privately held company with corporate offices in San Jose, California, sales and support offices in Taipei, Texas and London and an R&D center in Israel. Founded in 1998, Jungo's investors include Conexant Systems, Infineon Ventures, Intel Communications Fund, Partech International and TeleSoft Partners.
For more informaton, visit http://www.jungo.com.
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