IAR: Embedded Workbench supports new gen of 8-bit AVR MCUs from Microchip

IAR Systems announces support for Microchip’s new generation of the 8-bit tinyAVR microcontrollers in the highly optimizing development toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench. This empowers developers to create AVR-based applications with low power consumption and high quality guaranteed.

The new 8-bit tinyAVR MCUs are targeted for applications that require performance, power efficiency and ease of use in a small package. The compiler and debugger toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench incorporates the IAR C/C++ Compiler, which is known for outstanding code size optimizations. Thanks to this strong technology, the IAR C/C++ Compiler is able to create the most compact code for Microchip’s 8-bit AVR MCUs, making IAR Embedded Workbench the ultimate choice for development of low-power applications.

In addition to support for Microchip’s 8-bit AVR MCUs, IAR Embedded Workbench offers full-scale support for AVR 32-bit MCUs as well as Microchip’s ARM-based and 8051-based MCUs families.

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