Microcontroller Support For The FreeRTOS Kernel Targeting IoT Security


It is highly configurable to suit target applications on constrained devices

Nuvoton Technology Corporation, a leading microcontroller platform solution provider, demonstrates the capability of FreeRTOS kernel support with the NuMicro® M2351 Series.

The M2351 is one of the first Arm® Cortex®-M23 based MCUs that has a preconfigured example that embedded developers can use to run FreeRTOS on the officially supported Armv8-M architecture.


At the beginning of 2019, the M2351 Series had achieved with Arm PSA (Platform System Architecture) Level 1 Certification and PSA Functional Certification. PSA Certification enables device makers to achieve the security required for their use cases through three progressive levels of security assurance, each requiring increasingly rigorous hardware and software evaluation, which are assigned by analyzing the use case threat vectors.

In achieving Arm PSA Functional API Certification, Nuvoton better enables ecosystem software compatibility to PSA standards, independent of hardware platforms.


The M2351 series microcontrollers and its development tools can be ordered from Nuvoton’s official online store

Also check Amazon Web Services (AWS) released the latest FreeRTOS kernel that includes an example project for the Nuvoton NuMaker-PFM-M2351 evaluation board

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