The flexible Renesas Advanced (RA) 32-bit MCUs are industry leading 32-bit MCUs with the Arm® Cortex®-M33, -M23 and -M4 processor cores and PSA Certified™ assurance. The RA Family delivers key advantages compared to competitive Arm Cortex-M MCUs by providing stronger embedded security, superior CoreMark® performance, and ultra-low power operation.
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High expectations are placed on today’s microcontrollers (MCUs). To keep pace, MCU companies are beefing up peripheral mixes and security, while some are even adding time-sensitive networking (TSN).
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