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Micrium is a global RTOS leader for microprocessor-, microcontroller- and DSP-based devices. µC/OS is the leading commercial RTOS for embedded systems and features a wide array of connectivity. Micrium® Spectrum™ is a pre-integrated end-to-end portfolio of embedded software, protocol stacks and cloud services to facilitate development of the IoT from device to the cloud. Micrium’s RTOS kernel and software components are recognized for unparalleled reliability, performance, dependability, impeccable source code and extensive documentation. They are ideally suited to all embedded vertical markets, with some certified to meet rigorous safety-critical standards for industries such as medical electronics, avionics and industrial products.

Micrium RTOS components include µC/TCP-IP, µC/File System, µC/USB, µC/GUI, µC/MMU, µC/CAN, µC/Modbus, and our offerings are rapidly expanding. For additional information, visit:


_uC/CANμC/CAN is a CAN protocol framework that enables easy and clean implementation of CAN communication paths.


_uC/CANOpenµC/CANOpen is the CANOPen protocol running over the CAN transport.

uC/File System

_uC/File SystemμC/FS is a compact, reliable, high-performance and thread-safe embedded file system for microprocessors, microcontrollers and DSPs.


_uC/GUIGUI Color Basic including the Graphical Library and Color Conversion plus the Fonts module, the Touch/Mouse support, the MultiLayer, the Windows executable simulation library, the Window Manager, the


_uC/ModbusµC/Modbus provides an embedded solution for implementing Modbus, an industrial communications protocol used for connecting industrial electronic devices.

uC/Modbus Slave

_uC/Modbus SlaveµC/Modbus Slave provides an embedded solution for implementing Modbus, an industrial communications protocol used for connecting industrial electronic devices. This module is the Slave component.


_uC/TCP-IPμC/TCP-IP is a compact, reliable, high-performance TCP/IP protocol stack, optimized for embedded systems.

uC/TCP-IP Extension

_uC/TCP-IP ExtensionThe TCP/IP extension package contains a FTP Client, FTP Server, POP3 Client, SMTP Client, Telnet Server, SNTP Client, Clock module (used with SNTP) and a Shell module (typical usage: FTP, SSH). SNMP i

uC/USB Device

_uC/USB DeviceμC/USB Device is a compact, reliable, high-performance stack designed for embedded systems equipped with a USB device controller.

uC/USB Host

_uC/USB HostμC/USB Host is a real-time USB Host software stack designed for embedded systems equipped with a USB Host or OTG controller. It includes many class drivers (MSC, HID and CDC ACM). The stack require
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Micrium Launches First End-to-End Solution for Internet of Things Device Design
New Micrium Spectrum™ offering supports development for the IoT from device to the cloud
Renesas and Micrium add IPv6 to “The Power of Two” Program for IoT Design
Additional New Hardware and Software Features Speed Development of Embedded System Designs by Months
Micrium adds Debugging Interfaces, Data Logging and IoT Support to µC/Probe Graphical Live Watch
New features enhance tool’s capability, broaden interface support and enable its use with Internet of Thing (IoT) devices
Designing the IoT: Micrium\'s embedded systems solutions help drive the industry\'s biggest trend
Interview with Christian Legare, Executive Vice President & CTO of Micrium
Micrium Paves the Way with ARMv8 RTOS Support
Micrium, the premier supplier of high-quality embedded software components, today announced support for the 64-bit ARMv8-based microprocessors. Micrium’s uC/OS-II and uC/OS-III now both support the ARMv8 architecture found in the Cortex-A50 series. This announcement brings Micrium’s renowned RTOS ecosystem to the next generation of 64-bit application processors and SoCs.
Debugging your Embedded Design with a Graphical Live Watch

This article describes the benefits of using IAR Embedded Workbench® and Micriµm’s µC/Probe to test and validate an embedded design. It explains why embedded software developers interested in predicting with confidence that their embedded designs will work as expected when deployed, should keep µC/Probe in their toolbox.