Microchip Expands Development Ecosystem With MPLAB® XC-DSC Compiler With Flexible Licensing Options
CHANDLER, Ariz., Nov. 14, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- With the rapid growth of the industrial and autonomous vehicles markets, there is an ever-increasing demand for software tools that enable faster and more efficient coding and debugging in real-time control applications. To better serve developers utilizing dsPIC® Digital Signal Controllers (DSCs), which are often employed in real-time control systems, Microchip Technology (Nasdaq: MCHP) has launched the MPLAB® XC-DSC Compiler.
The latest addition to Microchip’s compiler line, the MPLAB XC-DSC is optimized to allow developers to write and debug efficient, high-performance code for dsPIC DSCs with greater ease and efficiency. dsPIC DSCs combine the high performance of a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) with the simplicity of a standard microcontroller (MCU) to meet the requirements of time-critical embedded applications.
The MPLAB XC-DSC compiler PRO license unlocks access to optimizations that allow designers to minimize code size, generate faster code and reduce memory and power requirements and access the full potential of DSC designs. Unlike traditional licensing options, Microchip offers access to the software on a per-project or as-needed basis, reducing cost and increasing flexibility.
MPLAB XC compilers rovide support for Linux®, macOS® and Windows® operating systems, enabling designers to use their platform of choice for embedded development.
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