Working at SEGGER Microcontroller: The question of “why?”

After posting my very personal thoughts about a job change on my LinkedIn profile, I was asked to publish an English version after all. Here it is! During the last few weeks I was often asked why I changed my job and joined SEGGER Microcontroller as Marketing and PR Manager. So I thought I would […]

SEGGER in times of the coronavirus / COVID-19

The idea of this blog is to give readers a glimpse of the plans and inner workings at SEGGER, what we’re working on, what we’re thinking, what’s going on, and what’s cooking. These days, unfortunately, that includes dealing with the coronavirus. I think everybody by now understands that this virus is not just a regular […]

Turning an FPGA into a powerful microcontroller. No external memory required.

FPGAs can do things that CPUs cannot do as quickly, or as efficiently, or simply cannot do at all. The bottleneck on rapidly expanding market usage for a powerful FPGA, with hard CPU cores, is that almost all applications use Linux. This requires a lot of memory, most of all RAM, and insufficient built-in RAM […]