Microcontrollers and Processors

Power your projects with our selection of microcontrollers and processors, the brains behind countless electronic devices. From Arduino and Raspberry Pi boards to ARM and AVR microcontrollers, we offer a diverse range of options for embedded systems development. Whether you’re designing IoT devices, robotics platforms, or industrial control systems, our microcontrollers and processors provide the performance, flexibility, and scalability you need to bring your ideas to life and stay ahead in today’s fast-paced technology landscape.

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16-bit Microcontrollers

8-bit Microcontrollers

32-bit Microcontrollers

Secure Microcontrollers and TPM


Other Microcontrollers

Digital Signal Controllers

ARM Microcontrollers

Types of Microcontrollers and Processors

  1. Microcontrollers (MCUs): Integrated circuits containing a CPU core, memory, and peripherals, used for embedded control and processing in various electronic devices and systems.

  2. Microprocessors (MPUs): Integrated circuits containing a CPU core and other functional blocks, used for general-purpose computing tasks in computers, servers, and other computing devices.

  3. Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs): Custom-designed integrated circuits tailored to specific applications or functions, offering optimized performance, power consumption, and cost compared to general-purpose MCUs or MPUs.

  4. System-on-Chip (SoC): Integrated circuits that integrate multiple components, including microcontrollers or processors, memory, interfaces, and peripherals, into a single chip package, used in smartphones, tablets, IoT devices, and other applications.

  5. Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs): Integrated circuits that contain an array of programmable logic blocks and interconnects, allowing users to configure the device to perform specific functions, used in prototyping, emulation, and specialized computing tasks.

  6. Digital Signal Processors (DSPs): Integrated circuits optimized for processing digital signals in real-time, commonly used in audio processing, telecommunications, digital media, and industrial applications.

  7. Graphics Processing Units (GPUs): Integrated circuits specialized for rendering graphics and images, used in gaming consoles, graphics cards, workstations, and high-performance computing systems.

  8. Network Processors: Integrated circuits optimized for processing network packets and data in networking equipment such as routers, switches, firewalls, and network appliances.

  9. Embedded Processors: Low-power, high-performance processors designed specifically for embedded systems and IoT devices, offering features such as low energy consumption, small footprint, and real-time processing capabilities.

  10. Digital Controllers: Integrated circuits used for controlling digital power supplies, motor drives, and other power management systems, offering features such as high-resolution PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) control and integrated peripherals.

  11. RISC-V Processors: Open-source processor architecture based on Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC) principles, gaining popularity for its flexibility, modularity, and open ecosystem.

  12. ARM Cortex Processors: Processor cores developed by ARM Holdings, widely used in mobile devices, IoT devices, embedded systems, and other applications, offering a range of performance levels and power efficiencies.

  13. Intel x86 Processors: Processor architecture developed by Intel Corporation, commonly used in desktop computers, servers, workstations, and high-performance computing systems.

  14. PowerPC Processors: Processor architecture developed by IBM and used in various applications, including embedded systems, automotive, aerospace, and telecommunications.

  15. MIPS Processors: Processor architecture developed by MIPS Technologies, used in embedded systems, networking equipment, consumer electronics, and automotive applications.

  16. Atmel AVR Processors: Microcontroller architecture developed by Atmel Corporation (now part of Microchip Technology Inc.), commonly used in embedded systems, IoT devices, robotics, and consumer electronics.

  17. PIC Microcontrollers: Microcontroller architecture developed by Microchip Technology Inc., widely used in embedded systems, industrial automation, automotive, and consumer electronics.

  18. TI MSP430 Microcontrollers: Ultra-low-power microcontroller architecture developed by Texas Instruments (TI), used in battery-powered and energy-efficient applications such as wearables, sensor nodes, and IoT devices.

  19. ESP8266 and ESP32 Microcontrollers: Low-cost, low-power microcontroller architectures developed by Espressif Systems, widely used in IoT devices, Wi-Fi modules, and wireless sensor networks.

  20. Arduino Microcontrollers: Open-source microcontroller platforms based on various architectures, including AVR, ARM, and others, widely used in hobbyist projects, prototyping, and educational purposes.


  1. Intel Corporation
  2. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
  3. ARM Holdings (now part of NVIDIA Corporation)
  4. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
  5. STMicroelectronics
  6. Texas Instruments (TI)
  7. Microchip Technology Inc.
  8. NXP Semiconductors
  9. Renesas Electronics Corporation
  10. Cypress Semiconductor Corporation
  11. MediaTek Inc.
  12. Silicon Labs
  13. Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI)
  14. Infineon Technologies AG
  15. Marvell Technology Group Ltd.
  16. Nordic Semiconductor ASA
  17. Espressif Systems
  18. Atmel Corporation (now part of Microchip Technology Inc.)
  19. Fujitsu Limited
  20. Realtek Semiconductor Corp.

Microcontrollers and Processors FAQs

We offer a wide selection of microcontrollers and processors from leading brands, suitable for various applications from simple control tasks to complex processing.

Consider factors like processing power, memory, peripherals, power consumption, and package type. Our advanced search filters can help narrow down your choices.

Yes, we offer a variety of development boards and kits to facilitate rapid prototyping and development.

Yes, we provide comprehensive datasheets, application notes, and technical support to assist with your development process.

Yes, we offer microcontrollers and processors that are designed to meet the rigorous demands of industrial environments.

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