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I see on the TI home page that the Stellaris M4F line has been renamed to Tiva. Why the change of name? They're now called the "4C" series - I assume they still have the floating point M4F core, correct?
BTW, I think I should get an award for being the first forum person to notice the name change :)
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In reply to TI Austin:
Yes, the website is really screwed up! I have been approved twice to download "TivaWare" and sent to a download page that does absolutely nothing.
Now that everybody knows the name "stellaris" and you have name recognition, you want to change it? What newbie marketing hack came up with that idea?
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In reply to James Burrell:
The TivaWare download was having issues and should be working now. You will need to clear your browser cache and resubmit an export control form. I just verified it to work.
No doubt the fallout from this will continue for months - just as the LM3S shift to NRND...
Announcement went out on the wire this morning. Check it out
In reply to miguel2667:
Correct me if I'm wrong, but don't product announcements usually indicate when the announced parts will be available? And, which members are expected first?
So change the name from Stellaris to Tiva to confuse the market.
Obsolete the entire Cortex M3 series to disappoint the market.
Don't have a Cortex M4 microcontroller with ethernet to add further to the disappointment.
I liked it better the way it was!
In reply to SourceTwo:
TM4C devices are RTPed and orderable through direct distributors today. You will see them in online distributors and LaunchPads will start shipping in June.
BTW Derek - i like the blog you're building. I encourage you guys on the forum to post links to similar work.
In reply to Vito Casa:
Check out the Tiva C Series forum.
miguel2667TM4C devices are RTPed
This may be too "inside" for many... (and the RTP acronym has a more "established" - general computer usage... Real Time Transport Protocol)
As there has been such delay - such sea changes - simplicity/directness may prove wise...
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