The CISIUM development platforms are hardware frameworks with the best solution in the markets for different functionalities. Based on results of previous conducted research, we can offer to our customer a fast answer confident we are giving them the best, the highest performance and quality.
Our development platforms are the foundations that allow CISIUM to be more competitive compared to our competitors in terms of time to market, price, functionality, compatibility, smooth migration to higher performance and availability of many semiconductor manufacturers.
You can consider our development platforms like a complex puzzle of functionalities. Our customers select the pieces and we customize the design to fulfill their requirements. If we don’t have the functionality needed, then we will find out the best option collaborating with our pool of associated engineering company.
Most of our development platforms are designed around ARM microcontrollers. This 32 bits architecture is the most used on the market for embedded application, expanding day by day and used by all major semiconductors manufacturers like: NXP, Atmel, Texas Instruments, ST Microelectronics, Samsung, Analog Devices, Toshiba, etc.
The usage of ARM microcontrollers allows CISIUM to choose the best microcontrollers of the market, assuring amazing price, excellent performance, low battery consumption, great compatibility between manufacturers, reutilization of software development tools, smooth migration between platforms and silicon manufacturers, long term availability of semiconductors and a huge development community.
The LPCXpresso Development Platform is an embedded platform that is primarily focused on delivering highly deterministic real-time behavior in a wide range of power sensitive applications. The platform is optimized for cost sensitive MCU and mixed-signal devices.
The platform allows the insertion of the NXP LPC11xx, based on the ARM Cortex-M0 processor, the smallest, lowest power and most energy-efficient ARM processor available. The small silicon area, low power and minimal code footprint of the processor enables us to achieve 32 bits performance at an 8 bits price point, bypassing the 16 bits devices.Read more ...