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We are pleased to announce that TI recently introduced the next generation in embedded Wi-Fi with TI’s SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3100 and CC3200. The SimpleLink WiFi family includes:
CC3100 Wireless Network Processor, with on-chip Wi-Fi, Internet and robust security protocols. It can be used to connect any low-cost, low-power microcontroller (MCU) to the Internet of Things (IoT)!CC3200 Wireless MCU integrates a high-performance ARM® Cortex™-M4 MCU with on-chip Wi-Fi, Internet and robust security protocols. It can be used to develop an entire Internet of Things (IoT) application with a single IC.
The newly announced SimpeLink Wi-Fi devices were developed from the ground up to provide new capabilities to the market, namely:
CC3200 and CC3100 offer many additional enhancements over CC3000:
TI recommends CC3200 & CC3100 for all new and existing embedded Wi-Fi & Internet of Things applications.
Products designed with CC3000 can be easily migrated to CC3100 or CC3200:
TI offers extensive resources to help existing CC3000 customers to migrate to the next generation:
TI is planning to release a new CC3000 Release (v 1.14) in the upcoming month. TI will also publish a comprehensive errata of all known limitation and issues that exist in the CC3000 release as well as the status of these issues in CC32xx & CC31xx.
We would like to thank our customers for their interest in SimpleLink WiFi devices and their valuable feedback which has been a valuable resource in the development of the next generation in embedded Wi-Fi - TI’s SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3100 and CC3200.
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