Embedded EthernetEmbedded Ethernet has become the standard for networking large systems. Here are vendors that have Ethernet in their embedded microcontrollers.
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8051, AT91, AVR, AVR32 Microcontrollers
Atmel manufactures the popular 8051, the AT91 ARM7, Atmel AVR 8-bit RISC, and the AT57 dual CPU DSP. Flash varieties of most Atmel microcontrolelrs are available. Wide development tools support is available for the 8051 & AT91. Atmel's 8-bit AVR has many devotees. The Atmel AVR32 is an MCU/DSP hybrid that has a 7-stage pipeline with parallel out-of-order execution.
Microcontrollers, Broad Range Supplier
Popular manufacturer of a wide variety of analog and digital semiconductors, including a number of microcontroller families ranging from 8-bit to 32-bit. A partial list includes the 68HC05, 68HC11, 68HC908, 68HC11, 68HC12, 68000, 68020, 68030, 68040, Coldfire, MCore, PowerPC, DSP56800, and lots more. Formerly known as Motorola.
|Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe is a major supplier of semiconductor products. The company provides advanced systems solutions to the automotive, digital TV, mobile telephony, networking and industrial markets. Engineers from design centres dedicated to microcontrollers, graphics controllers, mixed-signal, wireless, multimedia ICs, ASIC products and software development, work closely with Fujitsu Semiconductorâ€™s marketing and sales teams throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa to help satisfy customers' systems development requirements. This solutions approach is supported by a broad range of advanced semiconductor devices, IP, building blocks and software.
Pentiums, High Performance Chipsets
Popular manufacturer of Pentium PC microprocessors (of course), in addition to motherboards, PC chipsets, server RAID controller, microcontrollers, PCI bridges, ethernet products, Flash memory, and a wide range of connectivity chips.
|Maxim Integrated Products
Fast Flash Microcontrollers
Small Scale Analog Products
Manufactures 75MHz single-cycle Flash 8051 microcontrollers with up 64KBytes Flash. Also supplies secure microcontrollers, an 8051 with a watch battery to keep the SRAM alive, and some very low power 16-bit microcontrollers. 8051 devices formerly of Dallas Semiconductor. Extensive development tools support. Other products include data converters, interface circuits, supervisor chips, op amps, power supplies, multiplexers, switches, battery chargers, battery management circuits, RF wireless circuits, fiber optic transceivers, sensors, and voltage references.
|MaxStream ZigBee Module Solutions
A leading manufacturer of high reliability ZigBee Module solutions for OEMs and system integrators. Popular with many Fortune 500 manufacturers, each MaxStream ZigBee Module is designed to work under extremely harsh urban & industrial conditions. In business and residential environments, modules can have a range of up to 1/4 mile. Excellent technical support.
The Microchip PIC24F16KM Family: Performance, Power, Pricing - Anything is Possible! Optimized PIC24 16-bit core running at a cool 16MIPS. 512Bytes EEPROM, HW Multiply, HW Divide, 25nA Sleep Current
8-bit Microcontrollers, Interface Chips
Over 1.8 Billion Flash MCUs Shipped!
PICmicro microcontrollers (MCUs). A wide variety of 8-bit microcontroller families - PIC12, PIC16, PIC18. Popular PIC24 16-bit microcontrollers, also PIC32 32-bit microcontrollers. Analog/interface products; Serial EEPROMs; microID RFID tags; KEELOQ security devices; and the dsPIC family of Digital Signal Controllers. Excellent Development Tools. Microchip had shipped their One Billionth Flash Microcontroller by June 2005.
|NetBurner - Embedded Networking
Easy to use embedded networking development kits, using Freescale (Motorola) ColdFire processors. Ready to go Embedded Internet solutions. See the Video for more!
Embedded Internet Solutions
Offers a range of Ethernet based products based on the ARM core specifically for embedded Internet Networking. Full compliance with TCP/IP RFCs with no gateway.
|Rabbit Semiconductor - Embedded Networking and Single Board Computers
8/16 bit Microcontrollers
Rabbit Semiconductor provides low-cost, quick-to-market solutions for a variety of networked embedded systems. Rabbit's RabbitCore microprocessor core modules and customizable single-bard computer solutions offer fast and powerful development solutions with a variety of form factors, I/O configurations, and memory. These solutions are used in building security, point of sale, parking systems, telecommunications, vehicle and ship systems, container tracking and a broad variety of similar applications. Rabbit bundles hardware and software together, creating an engineer-friendly development environment.
Flash Microcontrollers; Broad-range supplier
Orginally a joint merger of Hitachi and Mitsubishi product lines, later NEC meged in. Renesas boasts an impressive array of semiconductor products. A very broad-range manufacturer of semiconductors including microcontrollers, discretes, Flash, SRAM. Multiple 8-bit thru 32-bit cores. Good development tool support. The combined microcontroller product portfolio includes the H8, SuperH, R8C, M16C, R32C, and many many more.
- Hitachi and Mitsubishi form Renesas
- Renesas and NEC Merge
Renesas Microcontroller Architectures:
Broad range supplier of digital & analog components
STMicroelectronics provides one of the broadest selections of 32-bit ARM-based microcontrollers, as well as their 8-bit ST6 and STM8 microcontrollers, and the uPSD3200 8051-compatible microcontroller. Training courses and on-line support available. Also manufactures a very wide variety of analog, telecom, automotive, and communications semiconductors.
Formerly known as SGS-Thomson Microelectronics.
8051, Z8 Encore!, Z8, Z80, eZ80, Z180, Z380 Microcontrollers & SCCs
Pioneers of the historic Z80 processor. Flash microcontrollers include: the Z8 low power microcontroller with a very rich peripheral set; the eZ80 Embedded Ethernet microcontroller family with lots of Flash and a free RTOS and free TCP/IP full stack. Now a wholly owned division of IXYS Corporation