Altium and NXP to deliver component content online for AltiumLive

May 10, 2012 // By Julien Happich
Altium announcee the release of a new range of board-level components for ARM Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4 and Cortex-M0 based microcontrollers from NXP Semiconductors to their subscription customers through AltiumLive.

Designing with components for NXP's LPC1800 microcontrollers based on Cortex-M3 provides users with high performance operating speeds of up to 180MHz, large on-chip memories, high-speed USB, SPI Flash Interface, and State Configurable Timers whilst the LPC1100 microcontrollers based on Cortex-M0 gives you instant access to low-cost, easy to use and energy-efficient processors.
Also available to Altium users, are the high-performance, low-cost, digital signal processing capabilities which are introduced with the new Digital Signal Control (DSC) processors for the LPC4300 microcontroller series based on the Cortex-M4.
Relationships with electronics suppliers such as Digi-Key, Mouser and Newark allow Altium to provide the Altium community with board-level components that include real-time supply-chain information, such as supplier choice, pricing and availability.

With this release, electronic designers now have access to a set of new, supply-chain enabled devices which will complete the Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4 and Cortex-M0 board-level component support available in AltiumLive. The collection from NXP Semiconductors can be seen in the Unified Components store . This component release joins the numerous content updates released through the AltiumLive platform to provide Altium Subscription customers with the latest design content available.

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