STMicroelectronics has on display their ARM Cortex-M7. The H7 is the successor to the F7. The H7 uses 40nm process node over 90nm for the F7, allowing for a higher 400MHz clock speed (compared to 200MHz). The demo setup is running a fractal program and has UARC, Ethernet and several display outputs. The faster speeds allows for graphics processing that earlier needed Cortex-A cores, with audio applications possible as well.
STM32H7 ARM Cortex-M7 by STMicroelectronics
Posted by– November 26, 2016
Category: Exclusive videos, STMicroelectronics, ARM TechCon