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Future Electronics Offers PIC32MZ 32-Bit MCUs from Microchip

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Press release date: February 5, 2014

Pointe Claire, Quebec — Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, announces immediate availability of Microchip's PIC32MZ 32-bit MCUs.

Microchip's new 24-member PIC32MZ Embedded Connectivity (EC) family of 32-bit MCUs provides class-leading performance of 330 DMIPS and 3.28 CoreMarks™/MHz, along with dual-panel, live-update Flash (up to 2 MB), large RAM (512 KB) and the connectivity peripherals—including a 10/100 Ethernet MAC, Hi-Speed USB MAC/PHY (a first for PIC® MCUs) and dual CAN ports—needed to support today's demanding applications.

The PIC32MZ also has class-leading code density that is 30% better than competitors, along with a 28 Msps ADC that offers one of the best throughput rates for 32-bit MCUs.  Rounding out this family's high level of integration is a full-featured hardware crypto engine with a random number generator for high-throughput data encryption/decryption and authentication (e.g., AES, 3DES, SHA, MD5 and HMAC), as well as the first SQI interface on a Microchip MCU and the PIC32's highest number of serial channels.

Embedded designers are faced with ever-increasing demands for additional features that require more MCU performance and memory.  At the same time, they are looking to lower cost and complexity by utilizing fewer MCUs.  The PIC32MZ family provides 3x the performance and 4x the memory over the previous-generation PIC32MX families, along with a high level of advanced peripheral integration.  For applications requiring embedded connectivity, the family includes Hi-Speed USB, Ethernet and CAN, along with a broad set of wired and wireless protocol stacks.  Many embedded applications are adding better graphics displays, and the PIC32MZ can support up to a WQVGA display without any external graphics chips.  Streaming/digital audio applications can take advantage of this family's 159 DSP instructions, large memory, peripherals such as I2S, and available software.

Field updates are another growing challenge for design engineers and managers.  The PIC32MZ's 2 MB of internal Flash enables live updates via dual independent panels that provide a fail-safe way to conduct field updates while operating at full speed.

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