MikroElektronika has announced a close cooperation with FTDI Chip to develop a series of compilers and hardware development boards for FTDI’s FT90X series of microcontrollers.
1st October 2014 – Belgrade-headquartered development tool chain supplier MikroElektronika has signed a formal agreement with FTDI Chip to create mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal compilers for the FT90X 32-bit microcontroller offering. The FT90X utilises a proprietary 32-bit RISC architecture – allowing it to set performance benchmarks beyond 2.93DMIPS/MHz, with true zero wait-states operation up to 100MHz frequencies, as well as capacious memory and an array of advanced connectivity resources.
MikroElektronika develops compilers for FTDI new MCUs
MikroElektronika, a Belgrade, Serbia-based company, which is widely known for manufacturing a wide range of microcontroller development boards and compilers, is celebrating 10 years of success in compiler development this month. They developed their first compiler, which was mikroPascal for PIC, in 2004, and since then they have released total 18 compilers: mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal for PIC, dsPIC, PIC32, 8051, AVR and ARM. They are celebrating a decade of their achievement by offering entire month of special discount towards purchase of their BASIC, PASCAL, and C compilers. Throughout this month you can save up to $100 on the purchase of license for their compilers, and if you are lucky you can even win a free license by entering the sweepstakes.
MikroElektronika completes 10 years in compiler development