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STMicroelectronics STM32MP1 series with dual Arm® Cortex®-A7/M4 cores

Multicore STM32MP1 architecture accelerates the development of open-source Linux-based applications with real-time and power-constrained subsystems

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The STM32MP1 series embeds a dual Arm® Cortex®-A7, a Cortex®-M4 and a 3D GPU. Its flexible architecture allows high processing and real-time tasks in a single chip. Moreover, a large package offering is available to achieve lowest PCB cost structure and smallest footprint. The STM32MP1 comes with a dedicated Power Management companion IC: STPMIC1.

The STM32MP1 series drastically reduces development time thanks to ST’s mainlined, opensource OpenSTLinux Distribution and our STM32Cube toolset specially upgraded for Cortex®-A7 Linux MPU development. All STM32MP1 peripherals can be seamlessly allocated to either the Cortex®-A7 (Linux) or Cortex®-M4 core (real time).

Features & benefits

  • Mainlined open-source Linux distribution with Android support available
  • STM32Cube firmware and embedded software libraries for Cortex-M4 core
  • An optional 3D graphics processing unit (GPU) provides for advanced HMI development
  • Rich set of digital and analog peripherals
  • Advanced security features
  • Optimized bill of materials (BOM) thanks to: High integration, packages compatible with low-cost PCB technologies (down to 4-layer plated-through hole (PTH) PCBs) and dedicated Power Management IC (PMIC)
  • Rolling 10-year longevity commitment renewed every year

STMicroelectronics STM32MP1 evaluation boards & discovery kitsApplications

  • Industrial
  • Home
  • Consumer
  • Health and Wellness

Hardware tools

A full set of evaluation boards enables flexible prototyping as well as full STM32MP1 evaluation.

Evaluation boards

  • STM32MP157A-EV1
  • STM32MP157C-EV1

Discovery kits


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