Cypress: ModusToolbox Suite eases IoT design complexity
Taking another high-impact step towards accelerating developer’s ability to bring differentiated Internet of Things products to market, Cypress Semiconductor announced that its ModusToolbox suite will now provide support for complete device-to-cloud application development flows based on the industry’s most popular open-source IoT platforms. Cypress has been working with Arm Mbed OS and Arm Pelion IoT platform to achieve the first supported application development flow in the Cypress IoT ecosystem.
The ModusToolbox suite provides unprecedented flexibility for developers to access Cypress’ industry-leading microcontroller (MCU) and wireless connectivity devices for the IoT. The suite also provides an open architecture that allows IoT development professionals to choose their preferred development environment. By bringing these elements together, ModusToolbox addresses the complexities that device designers face when developing IoT applications that require seamless integration across compute, connectivity and cloud domains.
Arm Mbed OS is a free, open-source operating system that helps developers build connected devices featuring security and connectivity. The integration with ModusToolbox is an important step in Cypress’ drive to make the tool completely RTOS agnostic, open-source compatible, and cloud-ecosystem friendly. All tools and development flows are available cross-host on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. The Mbed development experience is delivered through the Mbed CLI tools, online compiler, Mbed Studio, and via export to the ModusToolbox Integrated Design Environment.