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Last $9.74 USD
Change Today -0.115 / -1.17%
Volume 3.0M
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1600 Technology Drive

San Jose, CA 95110

United States

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Atmel Corporation designs, develops, develops and supplies microcontrollers, which are self-contained computers-on-a-chip. The company’s product portfolio allows it to address a range of high growth applications, including industrial, building and home electronics systems, smart meters used for utility monitoring and billing, commercial, residential and architectural LED-based lighting systems, touch panels used in household and industrial appliances, medical devices, aerospace and military products and systems, and a universe of electronic-based automotive systems where semiconductor content has increased rapidly. Segments The company organizes its business into four operating segments, including Microcontroller, Nonvolatile Memory, Automotive, and Multi-Market and Other. Microcontroller This segment includes the company’s general purpose microcontroller and microprocessor families, AVR 8-bit and 32-bit products, Atmel| SMART ARM based products, Atmel's 8051 8-bit products, designated commercial wireless products, including low power radio and SOC products that meet Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, Zigbee and Wi-Fi specifications, Atmel's maXTouch capacitive touch product families and optimized products for smart energy, touch button, and mobile sensor hub and LED lighting applications. The company’s Microcontrollers and related products are used in mobile computing and communications devices, including smartphones, tablets and personal computers, and other electronics products in which they provide core, embedded processing functionalities for, among other things, system control and interface functions, touch and proximity sensing, sensor management, security, encryption and wireless connectivity, and battery management. The company’s Microcontroller segment offers customers a range of products to serve the industrial, consumer, automotive, medical, communications and computing markets for embedded control and interface solutions. Its product portfolio consists of proprietary and non-proprietary architectures, with four major Flash-based microcontroller families targeted at the high volume embedded control market, including its Atmel | SMART 32-bit ARM product families; Atmel AVR proprietary 8-bit and 32-bit product families; Atmel 8051 8-bit product families; and Atmel maXTouch and QTouch product families. The company also offers 8-bit and 32-bit based microprocessor products that have Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, Wi-Fi and Zigbee wireless capabilities. All its microcontroller product families are supported by Atmel Studio, an online, integrated development platform for developing and debugging embedded processing systems. Atmel | SMART ARM-based Solutions: The company’s Atmel | SMART ARM-based products use the industry-standard 32-bit ARM, ARM9, ARM Cortex-A5 and ARM Cortex-M architectures. Those products allow the company to offer a range of products with and without embedded nonvolatile memories. The company’s customers save significant development time using its proprietary integrated development platform known as Atmel Studio, supplemented by industry-standard development tools, operating systems (including Linux and Android), protocol stacks and applications. The company’s Atmel Cortex M3-based, Cortex M4-based, Cortex M0+-based, Cortex M7-based and ARM7TDMI-based microcontrollers provide a migration path from 8 and 16-bit microcontroller technology for applications where more system performance and larger on-chip Flash memory is required. These products are optimized for low power consumption and reduced system cost and also support its QTouch technology. Selected devices integrate cryptographic accelerators and protection against physical attacks, making them suitable, as an example, for financial transaction applications requiring the highest security levels. The company’s SAMA5 ARM Cortex-A5-based products offer high performance embedded processors combined with high levels of integration and optimization for low power consumption and small size that offer advantages in battery powered applications and embedded control systems. The company’s SAM9 ARM926-based product

 

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