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How to migrate from Microchip to Freescale and Why

How to migrate from Microchip to Freescale and Why

Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio has pointed us to this latest article on why to choose Freescale mcu versus Microchip ones:

The task of choosing the best micro for an application is not made easier by the multitude of suppliers you have at hand today, this being the drawback of having so many options. The main competitors on the microcontroller market are Freescale, Microchip, Infineon, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments, Analog Devices and Maxim Integrated Products. Comparing all of them is done by specialized and dedicated divisions within these companies or within marketing companies. We will only concentrate in this article to prove the superiority of the Freescale solutions over the ones coming from Microchip.

How to migrate from Microchip to Freescale and Why – [Link]

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