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We are pleased to announce the mbed OS 5.5.6 release is now available.

This release includes support for new targets NUMAKER_PFM_M487 and TOSHIBA TMPM066, an
update of mbed-coap to version 4.0.9, plus numerous bug fixes to improve code reliability.

Known Issues

The following list of known issues apply to this release:

4928
AES hardware acceleration not working for STM32F439xI

Ports for Upcoming Targets

4608
Support Nuvoton's new target NUMAKER_PFM_M487

4840
Add Support for TOSHIBA TMPM066 board

Fixes and Changes

4801
STM32 CAN: Fix issue with speed function calculation

4808
Make HAL & US tickers idle safe

4812
Use DSPI SDK driver API's in SPI HAL driver

4832
NUC472/M453: Fix several startup and hal bugs

4842
Add call to DAC_Enable as this is no longer done as part

4849
Allow using of malloc() for reserving the Nanostack's heap.

4850
Add list of defines to vscode exporter

4863
Optimize memory usage of wifi scan for REALTEK_RTW8195AM

4869
HAL LPCs SPI: Fix mask bits for SPI clock rate

4873
Fix Cortex-A cache file

4878
STM32 : Separate internal ADC channels with new pinmap

4392
Enhance memap, and configure depth level

4895
Turn on doxygen for DEVICE_* features

4817
Move RTX error handlers into RTX handler file

4902
Using CMSIS/RTX Exclusive access macro

4923
fix export static_files to zip

4844
bd: Add ProfilingBlockDevice for measuring higher-level applications

4896
target BLUEPILL_F103C8 compile fix

4921
Update gcc-arm-embedded PPA in Travis

4926
STM32L053x8: Refactor NUCLEO_L053R8 and DISCO_L053C8 targets

4831
Remove excessive use of printf/scanf in mbed_fdopen/_open

4922
bug fix: xdot clock config

4935
STM32: fix F410RB vectors size

4940
Update mbed-coap to version 4.0.9

4941
Update of MemoryPool.h header file.

Using this release

You can fetch this release from the mbed-os GitHub repository,
using the tag "mbed-os-5.5.6".

Please feel free to ask any questions or provide feedback on this release on the forum,
or to contact us at support@mbed.org.