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Microchip launches first 32-bit Arduino compatible development platform
Digilent's chipKIT™ platform is the 32-bit Arduino-compatible kit.
The PIC32-based chipKIT boards enable 80 MHz performance, and provide up to 512 KB Flash, with up to 128 KB RAM. They feature connectivity peripherals, including Ethernet, CAN, and USB (Full-Speed Host, Device and OTG), plus peripherals such as multiple timers, a 16-channel 1 MSPS Analogue-to-Digital Converter (ADC), two comparators, and multiple I2C™, SPI, and UART interfaces.
The board is "pinout compatible" with Arduino shields.