|mbed Starter Kit||Support||Processor||RAM||USB J-Link
|EFM32 Zero Gecko||mbed support||ARM Cortex-M0+||4 kB||Yes||128x128 Pixel Memory LCD||$29.99|
|EFM32 Happy Gecko||mbed OS support||ARM Cortex-M0+||8 kB||Yes||128x128 Pixel Memory LCD||$29.99|
|EFM32 Leopard Gecko||mbed OS support||ARM Cortex-M3||32 kB||Yes||160 Segment LCD||$29.99|
|EFM32 Giant Gecko||mbed OS support||ARM Cortex-M3||128 kB||Yes||160 Segment LCD||$29.99|
|EFM32 Wonder Gecko||mbed OS support||ARM Cortex-M4||32 kB||Yes||160 Segment LCD||$29.99|
Developers with existing EFM32™ kits will be able to mbed-enable their hardware through a simple software update shown in the video above.
There are two fundamental challenges of IoT devices. Security and connectivity make the foundation for an application to work properly and safely. mbed OS has a security architecture based on the mbed OS uVisor and mbedTLS, and support for several wired and wireless protocols.
mbed OS is built using C++, but C can also be used by the developer. The newer programming language allows increased productivity, and higher flexibility. mbed OS applications can be built using the mbed Online Compiler, but can also be developed fully in Simplicity Studio, leveraging sophisticated debugging capabilities and profiling.
With power management APIs developed in collaboration between Silicon Labs and ARM, mbed OS can automatically determine the optimal sleep state, depending on MCU peripheral usage, allowing significant energy savings while not sacrificing simplicity.
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