Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard (CMSIS)

If you are considering the utilization of Cortex-M-based devices and entry-level Cortex-A-based devices, and are seeking a standardized interface for device support that spans across different silicon vendors and software, we invite you to register for our upcoming webinar. Simply follow the link provided to secure your spot.

The widespread adoption of the Cortex-M processor into general-purpose microcontrollers has led to rising trends within the electronics industry.

This proliferation of devices means that as a developer you can select a suitable microcontroller from many hundreds of devices while still using the same tools and skills regardless of the silicon vendor. This explosive growth in Cortex-M-based microcontrollers has made the Cortex-M processor the de facto industry standard for 32-bit microcontrollers. There is also a need to be able to easily integrate code taken from a variety of sources into a project. To address these issues, a consortium of silicon vendors and tools vendors has developed the CMSIS.

The main aim of CMSIS (Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard) is to improve software portability and reusability across different microcontrollers and toolchains. This allows software from different sources to integrate seamlessly together. Once learned, CMSIS helps to speed up software development through the use of standardized software functions.

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