The Cortex-M Microcontroller Software Interface Standard (CMSIS) is a vendor-independent Standard for hardware manufacturers and tool vendors. It provides common software layers and interfaces for all microcontrollers based on ARM Cortex-M processors.  The recently released CMSIS 4.0 includes several major improvements that will affect embedded developers in the near future.  This webinar explains the concepts behind CMSIS 4.0 and shows how engineers can make use of it to shorten development times.image


Christopher Seidl, Technical Marketing Manager, Development Solutions Group, ARM

Christopher is responsible for Keil MDK, ARM's leading development environment for Cortex-M based microprocessors. With over ten years' experience in ASIC design and ARM cores, he joined ARM in 2013 to promote MDK in the embedded and microcontroller industry.

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