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Ze świata  STMicroelectronics kupuje Atollic 

 

Firma STMicroelectronics przejmuje specjalistę od oprogramowania - spółkę Atollic, dostawcę zintegrowanego środowiska programistycznego (IDE) TrueStudio, przeznaczonego dla architektury ARM i x86. Transakcja ma wartość 7 milionów dolarów i będzie realizowana w formie gotówkowej.

Przejęcie umożliwia ST korzystanie z bazy użytkowników firmy Atollic i pozwala na integrację zaawansowanych funkcji narzędzia TrueSTUDIO z bezpłatnym ekosystemem STM32.

TrueSTUDIO, stworzone przez światowej klasy zespół ekspertów w dziedzinie oprogramowania, uznawane jest za czołową opensource-ową platformę IDE, obsługującą rodzinę układów STM32.

Przejęcie pozwoli ST wesprzeć przyszłą ewolucję zaawansowanych funkcji TrueSTUDIO wraz z ekosystemem STM32, do rozwiązania w pełni zintegrowanego. Pierwsza skonsolidowana wersja przewidziana jest już w następnej edycji narzędzia.

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