Home |  Directory |  Search |  GET LISTED! | Services | Advertise? | FAQ | Link to Us | Contact
Your country: United States
Category: Development Tools News

IAR Systems Introduces New Development Kit for the Renesas R8C/Tiny Microcontrollers

By IAR Systems
Nov 21, 2003 - 12:16:00 PM

 
IAR Systems Launches C/Embedded C++ Compiler and Debugger Toolkit for the R8C/Tiny Series from Renesas Technology Corp.
Email this page Printer friendly page

Share: Share this on LinkedIn ReTweet This Share on Facebook
del.icio.us Yahoo! MyWeb Digg StumbleUpon reddit Furl Blinklist Spurl  

Subscribe to this RSS feed!

UPPSALA, Sweden - November 21, 2003 - IAR Systems (Stockholmsbörsen: IAR) today announced its embedded development toolkit for the new R8C/Tiny series of microcontrollers from Renesas Technology Corp. The low pin-count of R8C/Tiny devices, with future devices going down to only 20 pins, will make them well suited for home electronic appliances, security devices and industrial equipment thus creating an excellent mapping with IAR's key customer segments.

The IAR Embedded Workbench for R8C is a completely integrated development environment, based on IAR Systems' latest compiler and debugger technology. It includes the project manager, editor, C/Embedded C++ compiler, assembler, linker, library tools and C-SPY debugger with support for the Renesas ROM-monitor, allowing developers to create embedded applications and test them on hardware from within the IAR Embedded Workbench.

Since the R8C/Tiny is closely related to the popular M16C microcontroller, the IAR Embedded Workbench for R8C is entirely derived from the IAR Embedded Workbench for M16C and takes advantage of its advanced technology.

This makes it very easy for developers who port their applications between R8C and M16C since the same source code can be used for both targets. Users can rest assured that although the IAR Embedded Workbench for R8C is a new product, it follows exactly the same path as the mature and well-established IAR Embedded Workbench for M16C.

"IAR Systems has provided us with excellent support on M16C and H8 and I am extremely pleased to have have them with us as a partner for the R8C launch", says David Noverraz,  Product Manager Support Tools, Renesas Technology Europe.

Since the first R8C/Tiny devices have a limited 8-16 KB of on-chip flash memory, a code size-efficient compiler is extremely important. The IAR Embedded Workbench for R8C/Tiny actually offers 22 KB in a 16 KB device, taking into consideration the efficient optimization of the IAR C/Embedded C++ compiler as compared to the alternatives.

The IAR Embedded Workbench for R8C has the following key features:

  • Supports R8C/10 and R8C/11
  • Embedded C++
  • R8C-specific speed and size optimizations
  • Multi-byte support
  • Efficient layout of stack/static/global variables
  • ELF/DWARF output
  • Breakpoints can be set directly in the source code
  • Single-stepping at function-call level
  • Continuous tracing and logging of arbitrary C-SPY expressions such as variables and register values
  • Highly optimized code can be debugged
  • Profiling and code coverage
  • Backstep via call stack
  • USB ROM-monitor support
  • Professional edition with UML design tools
  • Runs on a PC with Microsoft Windows

"Although the current IAR Embedded Workbench for M16C already supports the R8C/Tiny, we are happy to introduce a dedicated set of development tools for the first low-end low pin-count flash microcontroller launched by the recently founded Renesas Technology", says Mats Ullström, IAR Embedded Workbench Business Unit Manager. "Our objective is to help developers reduce time to market, and the IAR Embedded Workbench for R8C really proves how easily code and entire projects can be moved between targets, thereby significantly reducing time to market."

Pricing and availability
The IAR Embedded Workbench for R8C is available from IAR Systems and its distributors worldwide. Pricing starts at 695 USD for the 16K baseline edition. An evaluation version is availble. For additional product information, please contact any IAR Systems office.

About IAR Systems
IAR Systems is the leading supplier of software development tools for embedded microcontrollers. The tools today consist of C and EC++ compilers in the IAR Embedded Workbench, the device driver wizard IAR MakeApp for graphical configuration and initialization of the chip, the IAR visualSTATE graphic tool to generate validated and small production-ready code and tools for development of Bluetooth® applications. IAR Design Services injects engineering expertise and experience into embedded system projects. It contributes to IAR's mission to reduce the development time for embedded systems and accelerate time-to-market. IAR Systems has offices in the US, UK, Japan, Germany, Denmark, and Sweden


IAR Systems Introduces New Development Kit for the Renesas R8C/Tiny Microcontrollers

This Article has been seen 10773 times

Product data and specifications in this article are the responsibility of the manufacturer. No warrenty is expressed or implied as to the accuracy of manufacturer-supplied data. So there.
Embedded Systems News  - Recent Headlines
·Microchip PIC32MZ Flash Microcontroller is the World's Fastest 32-bit MCU
·Microchip PIC24F KM Webinar
·Choosing A Microcontroller Architecture Part 1
·New Atmel SAMD20 Cortex-M0+ Microcontrollers
·Silicon Labs Buys Energy Micro
·Zilog Buys Microcontroller Product Lines from Samsung
·Texas Instruments introduces new Tiva ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontrollers
·You Might Be an Engineer If
·Microchip and Digilent Bring Arduino to PIC32 Microcontrollers
·Atmel SAMA5D3 has Lots of Power and Linux Development
·The Good Ol Days of Semiconductors Part 2
·Renesas RL78-G14 Microcontroller Demo Kit is a Neat Tool Toy
·National Semiconductor - the Good Ol Days of Semis
·Microchip Introduces MPLAB XC32++ Free PIC32 C++ Compiler
·Freescale Kinetis L-Series Based on ARM Cortex-M0+ Core
·Microchip Introduces 8-bit PIC16F145X/PIC18F97J94 with Crystal-Free USB LCD and EEPROM
·Silicon Labs C8051F37x/C8051F39x 8-bit Microcontrollers have EEPROM and Really High Resolution Analog
·STMicroelectronics Introduces STM32-F3 with FPU
·LinkedIn Hacked, Passwords Please No Salt
·Silicon Labs Buys Ember

Main Menu
Site Status Now
  • ·28 Online Now
  • ·2384 Total Online Since 9/27/2016 9:20:26 AM boot
  Partners

SFO Takumi - Motor Control ICs

SFO Takumi's Kyopal line of ULTRA-high accuracy Motor Control ICs simplify the design of motor control applications by providing high resolution, motion smoothness and system robustness.
 
Supports 2, 4, and 8 axes control for all stepping motors and pulse train input type servo motors. Get some...


Getting Listed

Submit Your Website to this Embedded Systems Directory
Drive traffic to your website. Benefit from exposure to our tens of thousands of monthly visitors, get extra traffic for your embedded systems related website, and increase your search-engine ranking with a link in our directory. Here's how:


Dependable Designs: Fast, Friendly, and of Course, Dependable!

Looking for a quick-turn Embedded Systems Design Engineering Service? Welcome to Dependable Designs.

Need a complex design for your startup company? Or something as simple as a college project? Outsource your Engineering services to friendly, experienced people. Click to learn more...


Resources

Mobile Web Made Easy


Recent Microcontroller.com visitors where location can be determined.

Embedded Systems News 
Embedded System Product News
Development Tools News
Embedded Business News
Embedded Networking
Embedded IP
Bits and Bytes
Embedded Systems News 
Latest Headlines
Microchip PIC32MZ Flash Microcontroller is the World's Fastest 32-bit MCU
Microchip PIC24F KM Webinar
Choosing A Microcontroller Architecture Part 1
New Atmel SAMD20 Cortex-M0+ Microcontrollers
Silicon Labs Buys Energy Micro
Zilog Buys Microcontroller Product Lines from Samsung
Texas Instruments introduces new Tiva ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontrollers
You Might Be an Engineer If
Microchip and Digilent Bring Arduino to PIC32 Microcontrollers
Atmel SAMA5D3 has Lots of Power and Linux Development
Home |  Directory |  Search |  GET LISTED! | Services | Advertise? | FAQ | Link to Us | Contact
-0-9/28/2016