STMicroelectronics Raises Performance and Value for Smart, Connected Devices with Even Faster STM32H7 MicrocontrollersIndustry’s first Arm Cortex-M7-core, embedded-Flash MCUs running at 550 MHz core speedScalable architecture with state-of-the-art cyber protectionFeature-rich and functional-safety readyGeneva, September 29, 2020 – STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, has revealed record-breaking STM32* microcontrollers (MCUs) with embedded Flash that bring high-end features such as rich graphics, AI, and state-of-the-art cyber-protection to cost-sensitive new products.Further technical information:32 Kbytes I-cache and D-cache sizesTightly coupled instruction RAM (ITCRAM) with remapping for zero latency in time-critical routinesST’s proven FMAC (filtering) and Cordic (trigonometric) blocks for mathematical accelerationCrypto algorithms supportedAdvanced analog peripherals including two 16-bit ADCs and one 12-bit ADC in the low-power domainInterfaces to popular industrial connectivity standards, including three
FD-CAN ports, Ethernet, and Parallel Synchronous Slave Interface (PSSI)ST’s Chrom-ART Accelerator™ for superior graphics performanceYou can also read our blogpost at https://blog.st.com/stm32h723-stm32h733-stm32h725-stm32h735-stm32h730About STMicroelectronics
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2 Counter modes for cryptography with block ciphers
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