NXP announced globally an extension to our longevity program for some of the most popular LPC devices, showing a strong commitment to our huge base of customers. We've achieved a number of significant accomplishments ... we are really proud our company was able to highlight some of these industry firsts and give our customers a small glimpse of what our development team is dreaming up for LPC next!
"NXP has maintained its leadership because we understand behind every embedded application are engineers that need a trusted supplier," said Geoff Lees, senior vice president and general manager of the Microcontroller Business Line at NXP, "Commitment to longevity, ongoing investment and local support is critical to this trust, which is why we are extending the longevity of two of the world's most popular ARM-based MCU series.“
Thank you for the strong support; we are excited to be back in the game! lpcisback
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