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Keil MDK is the complete software development environment for a wide range of Arm Cortex-M based microcontroller devices. MDK includes the µVision IDE and debugger, Arm C/C++ compiler, and essential middleware components. It supports all silicon vendors with more than 5000 devices and is easy to learn and use.

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DS-MDK supports heterogeneous systems based on Arm Cortex-A and Cortex-M. It uses software packs for device and board support, software frameworks, and to provide examples. Today, NXP i.MX6, i.MX7, VF5x, VF6x, and Microchip SAMA5 devices are supported.

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The Arm DS-5 Development Studio is an Eclipse based tool suite for Arm application processors and System-on-Chip (SoC) devices. It supports multicore debugging, Streamline performance analyzer, and Linux application profiling.

Keil C51 is the industry-standard toolchain for all 8051-compatible devices, it supports classic 8051, Dallas 390, NXP MX, extended 8051 variants, and C251 devices. The µVision IDE and debugger integrates complete device simulation, interfaces to many target debug adapters, and provides various monitor debug solutions.

Keil C166 development tools support the Infineon C166, XC166, XE166, XC2000 and ST10 microcontroller families. The µVision IDE and debugger interfaces to the Infineon DAVE code generation tool and various debug solutions including the ULINK2.

An extensive range of evaluation boards and starter kits is available from various vendors to quick start your development. Boards from Keil are available for Arm, 8051, and 166 processor-based devices.

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