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-  * Support for multiple processors: Atmel (SAM3), ​Freescale, PIC, TI (Tiva & CC2541) ​with more coming soon.+  * Support for multiple processors: Atmel (SAM3, AtMega), NXP (iMX & K-Series), PIC, TI (Tiva, MSP430 ​& CC2541) ​and more.
   * Interchangeable processor boards: Change architecture by simply replacing the processor card - same code, same peripherals.   * Interchangeable processor boards: Change architecture by simply replacing the processor card - same code, same peripherals.
   * Scalable hardware ranging from space saving 1X1" form factors up to feature rich, I/O intensive, 4X4" form factors.   * Scalable hardware ranging from space saving 1X1" form factors up to feature rich, I/O intensive, 4X4" form factors.
   * Peripheral remote mount kit permits off-board installation of peripheral devices.   * Peripheral remote mount kit permits off-board installation of peripheral devices.
 +  * Robust field deployment of low volume or prototype systems.
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 +  * When your PIEP prototype runs, reduce schematic to a layout and your own hardware runs out of the box - same binary.
 +  * Even if your final hardware uses a different SOC, same source code compiles to run the exact same way, no muss, no fuss.
  
   * [[piep:​gettingstarted|Getting Started]]   * [[piep:​gettingstarted|Getting Started]]
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