Boost your IoT and smart industry design with the world’s most powerful microcontroller – the new dual-core STM32H7
Discover how STMicroelectronics’ STM32H7 microcontrollers combine dual-core performance with rich feature integration.
Watch the 1-hour webinar recording, where we will introduce you to the new high-performance STM32H7 dual-core microcontroller series. This powerful, flexible, and accessible series of microcontrollers increases system performance and efficiency to ease the development of microcontroller-based high-performance solutions for industrial, consumer, smart home, and health & wellness applications.
You will learn how the STM32H7 enables engineers to develop a new range of applications using its heterogeneous architecture, which combines Arm® Cortex®-M7 and Cortex®-M4 cores. The highly-flexible architecture allows fast processing and real-time tasks to be performed on a single chip to achieve exceptional power efficiency.
The STM32H7 offers embedded developers even greater resources, including more I/Os, 35 communication peripherals, and top-notch analog peripherals such as multiple 16-bit ADC. It also embeds hardware-enabled Secure Firmware Installation capabilities to authenticate and protect your software IP while performing initial programing in production or during field firmware upgrades, providing a solution to many IoT challenges.
You will learn
- About the STM32H7 dual-core architecture
- Key features and benefits of the STM32H7
- About the Secure Firmware Install (SFI) feature
- Target applications of the STM32H7 series
- Available development tools
|Ramkumar Yadavalli is a Sr. Product Marketing Engineer for microcontrollers in the Americas region, a position he has held for 4 years. He has worked in the semiconductor industry for over 20 years, starting his career as a microcontroller systems designer for Indian Railway Control Systems, and since then has held multiple engineering consultant roles for India Defense labs, Toshiba Singapore Pvt. Ltd, and NEC USA before joining STMicroelectronics USA in 2001. Ramkumar earned his BSEE from Madras University in India, and his MBA from J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Atlanta, GA.|