InterNiche Technologies, a provider of a wide range of source code networking modules since 1989, announced the availability of its embedded networking software for STMicroeletronics STM32, F207, F217, F407 and F417 microprocessors.
The company announced the immediate availability of low-cost, object code versions of its TCP/IP v4 and Dual IPv4/v6, HTTP, FTP and Telnet. These are fully functional and derived from the widely deployed NicheStack family of protocol software, enabling companies to acquire networking libraries at a fraction of the cost of source code libraries.
Libraries include both DEBUG and NON-DEBUG versions, pre-compiled for the most popular tool chains and include the popular operating system, FreeRTOS.
“These modules are ideal for companies that do not require the flexibility that source code provides or, have low volume production runs or, lack the software expertise or budgets required for source code,” said Larry Larder, president at InterNiche.
Hundreds of millions of networked devices have relied on InterNiche software to provide trouble-free operation and communication. NicheStack embedded protocols have been deployed in automotive communications systems, cell phones, medical equipment, consumer electronics, wireless devices, industrial process control, DSL modems, routers, satellite applications and many others.
”The close coupling of the Interniche libraries with the STM32 devices enables much greater efficiency using binary forms that allow mass market applications to benefit from Interniche’s professional offer,” said Michel Buffa, general manager of ST's Microcontroller Division.
“Making this solution available for several STM32 series offers an upgradable performance path, at significantly lower cost, while keeping pin-to-pin and software compatibility.”
In other news, TMCnet is set to launch the Embedded Software Store – an online information and e-Commerce-based website dedicated to the embedded design community. The Embedded Software Store accelerates software innovation for embedded applications by allowing users to easily locate available software supporting the ARM (News - Alert) architecture.
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