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What are the features and benefits?
  • Mainlined open-source Linux distribution with Android support available via partners
  • STM32Cube firmware and embedded software libraries for Cortex-M4 core
  • An optional 3D graphics processing unit (GPU) provides for advanced HMI development
  • Rich set of digital and analog peripherals
  • Advanced security features
  • Optimized bill of materials (BOM) thanks to: High integration, packages compatible with low-cost PCB technologies (down to 4-layer plated-through hole (PTH) PCBs) and dedicated Power Management IC (PMIC)
  • Advanced tools from ST and Partners
  • Best-in-class local and online support
  • Worldwide distribution channels

 

Value Proposition

Flexible architecture
The single or dual Cortex-A7 cores are dedicated to open-source operating systems while the Cortex-M4 core is dedicated to real-time and low-power tasks.

 

Dual Cortex®-A7 cores running at 650 MHz
  • 32-Kbyte L1 Instruction cache
  • 32-Kbyte L1 Data cache
  • 256-Kbyte Level 2 cache

 

Cortex®-M4 core running at 209 MHz
  • a single-precision floating point unit (FPU)
  • a full set of digital signal processor (DSP) instructions
  • memory protection unit for enhanced application security

The Cortex-M4 core benefits from an embedded SRAM (448 Kbytes) to run purely deterministic code. For instance, a customer currently using an STM32 MCU based on STM32Cube firmware, could transparently fully re-use his code on the Cortex-M4 core’s 448 Kbytes of SRAM, and add the Linux application (for instance an HMI) running on the Cortex-A7 core(s). To meet a broad range of applications requirements, most peripherals can be allocated to either the Cortex-A7 or Cortex-M4 cores.

Power efficiency
Dynamic efficiency: the Cortex-A7 and Cortex-M4 cores can be run or stopped independently to achieve the best power efficiency for each processing and real-time application requirement.

Low-power modes: Multiple low-power modes are available including:

  • Standby mode: Down to 36 µW.
  • VBAT mode: Down to 4.5 µW. In this mode, it is possible to keep track of time using the real-time clock while keeping the system secure thanks to the tamper detect feature.

 

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What is it?

STM32MP1, the first STM32 Mass Market General Purpose MPU

 

What problem does it solve?

The STM32MP1 multicore microprocessor series with compute and graphics support combined with power-efficient real-time control and high feature integration will facilitate development of high-performance solutions.

 

What are the focus applications/markets?

It is a general purpose MPU - Industrial, Consumer, Smart Home, Health and Wellness applications.

Multicore STM32MP1 architecture is ideal for open-source software-based applications in real-time and power-constrained subsystem.