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Keeping up with Kinetis news

Question asked by SCOTT MILLER on Nov 3, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 5, 2018 by SCOTT MILLER

What's the best way to hear about new developments in the Kinetis world?  Every other semiconductor vendor I've ever bought anything from, contacted, or strayed too close to at a trade show emails me with new product announcements at least.  I'll give NXP credit for not spamming me, but I don't see anywhere to sign up for updates.  Surely there must be at least a marketing email list?  I'd prefer something a little more targeted, like an option to get notifications whenever any documentation for particular parts changes.


Even a list of parts by release date would be useful.  All I've found so far is to search the documentation library by date and see what's been added.


That doesn't tell me anything about the direction NXP is headed, other than what I can infer from the document updates or lack thereof.  To give a specific example, I know STM and Microchip both have 300 MHz Cortex M7 parts out in 64-pin LQFP packages with 192 KB of SRAM or more, and I'd really like to know if NXP has plans to follow suit.  Even if it's just a rough road map, it'd be good to know what's coming.