Artery Tech MCU AT32F407 Wins Best MCU of the Year

Article By : Artery Technology Co.

Artery Technology has received the Best MCU of the Year award for its AT32F407 Series MCU at the 2021 EE Awards Asia.

Artery Technology Co. has received the Best MCU of the Year award for its AT32F407 Series MCU at the 2021 EE Awards Asia by ASPENCORE. The ceremony was held at the Le Méridien Taipei on November 16.

Artery Tech’s AT32F407 MCU was recognized for its excellent performance and strong market recognition. The 2021 EE Awards Asia winners are selected by a committee comprised of ASPENCORE’s global senior industry analysts, as well as online readers and users across Asia.

Hank Du, Artery product and marketing director, accepted the award at the ceremony. The event honored the best products, companies and industry executives and their extraordinary contributions in Asia’s electronics industry drew the participation from more than 200 leading manufacturers and professionals in the field of semiconductor and electronics industry. The award of the Best MCU of the Year is also regarded as the best proof of widespread recognition Artery has obtained from its global consumers.

The award-winning product AT32F407 MCU, powered by ARM Cortex-M4 core, runs up to 240MHz, with up to 1MB Flash memory and 224KB SRAM, delivering outstanding performance far beyond its counterparts.

In addition, AT32F407 series features 8x UARTs, 2x CANs, IEEE-802.3 10/100Mbps Ethernet port controllers for IoT applications, and USB Xtal-less application support. All this will not only lead to the improvement of the reliability but also the reduced production costs of terminal products.

With its powerful on-chip resource allocation, higher integration and cost-effectiveness, AT32F407 MCU has occupied more and more markets and gained the wide recognition and praises from consumers in various fields such as industrial automation, motor control, IoT and consumer electronics, quickly becoming the preferred choice for the system design and application development.

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