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Atmel launches 32-bit FlexRay evaluation environment

Atmel Corporation has launched its 32-bit FlexRay evaluation environment, which was demonstrated at the FlexRay day conference in Stuttgart last week.

Its demonstration centred upon a mock-up car implementing advanced in-vehicle networking with X-by-wire drive, steer and break functions.

The 32-bit microcontroller is at the core of the evaluation environment and is based on Atmel's AVR32.

The environment also includes a dual Can IP, an Ethernet Mac and general purpose peripherals.

Philippe Malecha, automotive microcontroller strategic marketing director at Atmel, said: "With this environment, Atmel can now provide to its customer a complete FlexRay evaluation platform.

"This movement to FlexRay will significantly extend our existing microcontroller offering covering Can and Lin control, providing to our customers a broad range of solutions for their future vehicle designs."

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