STM32H57X - Simplifying Networking for Embedded Systems

Effortlessly Connect Your Devices with Mongoose

  • Discover the power of the H57X combined with the Mongoose network library. With Mongoose, implementing event-driven networking functionality in your C/C++ embedded applications has never been easier.
  • Benefit from Mongoose's extensive range of features including TCP, UDP, HTTP, WebSocket, and MQTT protocols, allowing you to establish secure and reliable connections between your devices.
  • Ensure consistent networking capabilities across multiple platforms with Mongoose's cross-platform compatibility. From Linux/UNIX, MacOS, and Windows to like STM32, NXP, ESP32, NRSTM32F52, TI, and Microchip, Mongoose can work seamlessly everywhere.
  • Simplify your development process with Mongoose's straightforward integration. By including the mongoose.c and mongoose.h files in your source tree, you can quickly start leveraging Mongoose's capabilities in your projects.
  • Mingle's H57X is trusted by industry leaders like Broadcom Inc., who integrate the Mongoose Web Server Library into their 'RoboOS for Avenger' low-power fast-ethernet switches. According to Tony Gaunce, Principal Engineer at Broadcom, Mongoose offers outstanding support, stability, and ongoing updates that simplify integration efforts.

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STM32H57X - Simplifying Networking for Embedded Systems

Customer Testimonials

"Easily, Mongoose is one of the best web servers on the market. Mongoose has helped us to achieve the required level of performance with the seamless integration. It is very stable and we have not encountered any significant bugs."
– Santhosh Kumar, Lead Architect
   Schneider Electric (France)
"Mongoose Library is well documented, well supported, stable and full of features. It has a proven track record, obvious ongoing updates and enhancements, and functionality. After testing Mongoose and exploring the features it was the clear winner."
– Tony Gaunce, Principal Engineer
   Broadcom Inc. (USA)
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