Further expansion for embedded data computing

09-02-2024 | ITTIA | Semiconductors

ITTIA has announced the availability of ITTIA DB IoT, a member of the ITTIA DB product family, for STM32U5, STM32H7 and STM32H5 MCUs. The company is an ST Authorised Partner, and ITTIA DB for the STM32 family offers robust real-time data management and analysis software for STMicroelectronics (ST) devices. Combining ITTIA DB with the STM32 family of 32-bit MCUs provides a new degree of freedom to MCU edge devices. It is an embeddable, high-performance, small-footprint database silently installed into device firmware.

Real-time data capture and edge analytics are becoming essential requirements for edge devices. Manufacturers select the STM32 family of MCUs to build gateway devices, industrial systems, medical devices, wearables, and other embedded products, which can now locally stream, store, and manage time series data in real-time with ITTIA DB on the supported devices.

The solution is a powerful embedded database library built for embedded applications to execute queries directly on MCU devices. ITTIA DB IoT offers high-performance data streaming, ingestion, transformation, analytics, and distribution. The ITTIA software development lifecycle (SDL) conforms to the principles of IEC/ISO 62443 security standards.

The memory footprint must be carefully managed for any MCU in an embedded application. ITTIA DB IoT integrates three data management engines that can be deployed together or independently: in-memory stream query processing, flash-optimised time series storage, and relational tables. With ITTIA DB and STM32, embedded systems are empowered to process real-time data first and then store valuable information on local devices.

ST has granted the company its exclusive MadeForSTM32 quality label after completing a careful evaluation process. This label helps engineers identify third-party solutions in the STM32 MCU ecosystem with the highest level of integration and quality.


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