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Data Encryption Libraries

ARM GCC

Part Number: ARM-GCC

The AVR® Toolchain is a collection of tools/libraries used to create applications for AVR microcontrollers. This collection includes compiler, assembler, linker and Standard C and math libraries.

Most of these tools are based on efforts from GNU (www.gnu.org), and some are developed by Microchip. For more information please refer to the release notes.

The Atmel AVR GNU Toolchain is also available as part of Atmel Studio. Only those users who wish to run the Atmel AVR GNU Toolchain as standalone tools from the command line need to download and install this package. There are two sets of downloads, one for Windows® and one for Linux® operating systems.

Atmel START

**For development reference only, not a product for sale**

Part Number: Atmel START

START is an innovative online tool for intuitive, graphical configuration of embedded software projects. It lets you select and configure software components, drivers and middleware, as well as complete example projects, specifically tailored to the needs of your application. The configuration stage lets you review dependencies between software components, conflicts and hardware constraints. In the case of a conflict, START will automatically suggest solutions that fit you specific setup.

With graphical pin-mux and clock configuration, you can easily match your software and drivers with your own HW layout. The tool also provides automated assistance for retargeting projects and applications for different devices. Getting that sample code to run on your board has never been easier.

START is an online tool; no installation is required. When you are done with your configuration, you can download it for use together with your prefered integrated development environment (IDE), including Studio, Keil or IAR, and continue development. If you later need to change the configuration you can load it in START, reconfigure and continue where you left off.

START is based on the latest generation of the Software Framework, ASFv4. The driver layer in ASFv4 has been rearchitected for better performance and reduced code size. Care has been taken to make sure that code generated by START is readable, as well as easy to navigate and extend. Please refer to the user guide to learn more about whats new in ASFv4. .

Start designing with START

AVR GCC

Part Number: AVR-GCC

The AVR® Toolchain is a collection of tools/libraries used to create applications for AVR microcontrollers. This collection includes compiler, assembler, linker and Standard C and math libraries.

Most of these tools are based on efforts from GNU (www.gnu.org), and some are developed by Microchip. For more information please refer to the release notes.

The Atmel AVR GNU Toolchain is also available as part of Atmel Studio. Only those users who wish to run the Atmel AVR GNU Toolchain as standalone tools from the command line need to download and install this package. There are two sets of downloads, one for Windows® and one for Linux® operating systems.
CryptoMemory development libraries are provided free of charge by . They implement all the communications required to use CryptoMemory devices. The libraries come in binary object form and present APIs that encapsulate the functions of the CryptoMemory device.
Crypto engine libraries for MCC