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Silicon Carbide in Power Electronics – Innovation at the Forefront

Green initiatives are driving the transformation of power electronic system designs across major industries such as automotive, industrial, aerospace and defense. To reduce CO2 emissions, systems are moving toward electrification of power and motor applications.  

Orlando Esparza  //  May 4, 2020

High-Power PoE Powering a Whole New Generation of Smart, Connected Devices

Microchip is an innovator and thought leader in PoE technology, as well as a major contributor to the IEEE 802.3af, 802.3at and 802.3bt standards. 

Galit Mendelson  //  Apr 27, 2020

Adding a Touch of Class to Kitchen Appliances

With the right range of screen size options in the appliance touch screen controller family, appliance touch screen designs are more scalable, which ultimately shortens design time, and lowers system and development cost. 

Stephan Thaler and Chad Solomon  //  Apr 13, 2020

Prototype Your 32-Bit Embedded Application at a Fraction of the Cost Using the SAM D21 Curiosity Nano

Jumpstart your next embedded product from proof of concept to production with our Arm® Cortex® M0+ based SAM D21 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit.  

Sonia Sethi  //  Apr 6, 2020

Microchip PDS-408G Switch for Cost-effective Smart Lighting Systems

Our digital ceiling switch is unique as it enables IT managers to control and optimize power utilization in the most energy-efficient manner.

Galit Mendelson  //  Mar 30, 2020

Getting Started with Microchip FPGAs is as Easy as Saying ‘Hello’

New Hello FPGA kit makes it easy to implement out of the box designs.

Apurva Peri  //  Mar 25, 2020

Hardware Roundup

Take one look around online communities, crowdfunding sites and marketplaces, and it won’t be difficult to find countless pieces of hardware powered by Microchip technology. 

Microchip Technology  //  Mar 23, 2020

The Composable Platform Part 2 - Enabling Innovation Through Flexible Infrastructure

Learn how our innovations build an agile infrastructure of compute, memory and storage and also how technology advancements that both the industry and vendors like us are enabling to meet the needs of a composable platform.

Andrew Dieckmann  //  Mar 18, 2020

Protecting the Storage Platform Through Measurement and Attestation: Part 5│Additional Measures for Protecting the Storage Platform

Learn the other measures that should be considered for protecting the storage platform, from creating a system of trust to implementing cryptographic obscurity. 

Jeff Plank  //  Mar 16, 2020

Effective Prototyping De-Risks Product Innovation

Adopting the proper design thinking approach, along with a culture that embraces prototyping and rapid iteration, can improve time to market while reducing the capital and human costs of product development.

Ward Andrews, CEO, Drawbackwards  //  Mar 11, 2020

Cloud Computing in IoT

Through cloud computing, microcontrollers can perform very resource-intensive computations by outsourcing the work. 

Johan Lofstad  //  Mar 9, 2020

The Composable Platform - Enabling Innovation Through Flexible Infrastructure

New architectures are needed to better utilize and optimize hardware assets spanning compute, memory and storage.

Andrew Dieckmann  //  Mar 5, 2020

Protecting the Storage Platform Through Measurement and Attestation: Part 4

Learn what attestation measurements are and how they help prove to the platform what firmware is running.

Jeff Plank  //  Mar 4, 2020

Bring the Power of the MPLAB® Development Ecosystem to Your AVR® and SAM Microcontroller-Based Projects

Our MPLAB® development ecosystem now supports AVR® and SAM devices including SAM MPUs

David Otten and Glen Nilsen  //  Feb 28, 2020

Turn Up the Heat

Designing a feature-rich tankless water heater based on a dsPIC® digital signal controller.

Theta Engineering  //  Feb 27, 2020

Measuring Code Coverage in an Embedded System

Let’s Explore the Plight of the Software Developer.

David Otten  //  Feb 21, 2020

Veterinary Ultrasound Part II – High-Quality and High-Intensity Image Systems

This article discusses technology critical to the imaging systems used in veterinary care and our success in the veterinary ultrasound industry.

Jesse Nichols  //  Feb 20, 2020

The New PIC18-Q43 Product Family: Combining Our Top MCU Peripherals with Easy to Use Development Tools for Faster Time to Market

Improve your next design’s performance and speed up your time to market.

Stephanie Pinteric  //  Feb 14, 2020

Can FlexE Close The Gap Between What Networks Require and The Ethernet Rates That Are Standardized?

FlexE provides a layer of flexibility to close the gap between what networks require and the Ethernet rates that are standardized, while also enabling lower cost solutions.

Kevin So  //  Feb 12, 2020

Protecting the Storage Platform Through Measurement and Attestation | Part 3: Understanding How Secure Trusted Firmware Translates into Solution Requirements and Product Guarantees

In the first two parts of this series, we looked at multiple security threats in the server and storage industry. Now let’s look at some specific concerns and possible solutions to those problems. 

Jeff Plank  //  Feb 7, 2020