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MikroElektronika’s Flip and Click is Arduino’s close cousin. This board shares a lot of Arduino’s DNA but it has a tendency to flip.
Altera's MAX® 10 FPGA 10M50 evaluation kit is intended as an entry-level board for evaluation of the MAX 10 FPGA technology and Enpirion® PowerSoC regulators.
Texas Instruments' MSP430 family of microcontrollers consists of several devices featuring different sets of peripherals targeted for various applications.
Microchip's PIC32MZ EF series is powered by Imagination’s MIPS M-Class core at 200 MHz/330 DMIPS and 3.28 CoreMarks/MHz.
Analog Devices' EVAL-ADICUP360 is an Arduino and PMOD compatible form factor development board, that uses an open source Eclipse based IDE and the ADuCM360.
Adafruit's FLORA is a round, sewable, Arduino-compatible microcontroller designed to empower amazing wearables projects.
Samsung’s ARTIK 5 Module is a highly-integrated System-in-Module that utilizes the Exynos architecture with dual core ARM Cortex-A7 processor packaged DRAM and Flash memories,
Digilent’s Nexys Video™ ready-to-use board is a digital circuit development platform based on the latest Artix™-7 Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) from Xilinx.
Silicon Labs' EFM32 Jade and Pearl Gecko MCUs add computing power and enhanced security to IoT product design while reducing energy consumption
The Kinetis KL81/82 MCUs from NXP expand on the Kinetis low power MCU portfolio with rich security features including tamper detection and low power trusted crypto engine.
Microchip's PIC24F 16-bit Microcontroller features an integrated hardware crypto module and eXtreme Low-Power.
The SAM L22 is designed for simple and intuitive migration between SAM L devices due to identical peripheral modules, compatible code, and a linear address map.
Atmel's SAM L21 is designed for simple and intuitive migration between SAM L devices with identical peripheral modules, compatible code, and a linear address map.
Atmel's AVR 8-bit microcontrollers with 4, 8, 16, or 32 KB in-system programmable Flash have been released with added functionality, while maintaining the same size and package type.
Zentri's Piranha offers a much lower cost development solution than the older Snapper or Seabass boards which were designed to support WICED developers only.
SparkFun’s Edison open power starter pack the user will be able to snap three basic "blocks" to their Edison to turn it into a modular Linux computer.
Ultra-low-power ARM® Cortex®-M4 32-bit MCU+FPU, 100DMIPS, up to 1MB Flash, 128 KB SRAM, USB OTG FS, LCD, analog, audio
Designed for the embedded software developer, Terasic offers their Atlas-SoC development platform, built around the Altera System-on-Chip (SoC) FPGA.
Zilog's ZNEO32! Cortex M3 microcontrollers are special-purpose MCUs for first class motor applications that offer cost effective, high performance 32-Bit computing capabilities.
Infineon Technologies’ XMC4700 and XMC4800 devices are members of the XMC4000 family of microcontrollers based on the ARM® Cortex®-M4 processor core.