“With 100 million ARM microcontrollers delivered, NXP has taken an important step in our commitment to providing the widest choice for customers migrating from 8/16-bit architectures to 32-bit ARM MCS,” said Geoff Lees, Vice President and General Manager, NSP Semiconductors Microcontroller Line. “Looking ahead, this strategic licensing agreement gives us the opportunity to continue exploring new avenues with ARM regarding the future of the MCU`s 32-bit landscape.” The following table includes Qt Quick Ultralite modules that contain open-source or third-party commercial licensed code: GitHub is home to more than 50 million developers working together to host and verify code, manage projects and create software together. Eindhoven, Netherlands and Cambridge, United Kingdom, 28 February 2011 – NXP Semiconductors N.V. (Nasdaq: NXPI) and ARM announced today that they have extended their strategic relationship with a long-term subscription licensing agreement for ARM® Cortex™ M-Series for microcontrollers. As part of this agreement, NXP will also work with ARM to develop and develop its future microcontroller roadmap in areas such as performance and energy efficiency. Click the Download button to fill out an application form and accept the licensing agreement for the evaluation software. An email will then be sent to you with a direct link to download the evaluation software and your 30-day license file, sensitive to the date. The license file allows the evaluation software to be installed on the computer with the host ID (MAC Ethernet address) shown on the application form. The 30-day evaluation period begins immediately when you receive the license file, not when you install the software.
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