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picoTCP is the answer for a size, speed and feature conscious open source TCP/IP stack for embedded devices. It is actively being developed by Intelligent Systems / Altran, and specialists in embedded software.

Getting Started

Do you have 15 minutes to spare, then this is your place to start with picoTCP. Once you went through our getting started guide (on the right) you will be a picoTCP expert in no time. Try out the examples, get started on your own platform and connect your device to the internet!

picoTCP on the internet

picoTCP works with

Platforms picoTCP runs on: ARM Cortex-M series (ST Micro STM, NXP LPC, TI Stellaris, Freescale K64F), ARM ARM9-series (ST Micro STR9), Texas Instruments (MSP430), Microchip (PIC24, PIC32), Atmel (AVR 8bit), Linux (User space (TUN/TAP), Kernel space), Windows (User space (TAP))

Network devices picoTCP has worked with: BCM43362 (IEEE 802.11), MRF24WG (IEEE 802.11), LPC Ethernet ENET/EMAC (IEEE 802.3), Stellaris Ethernet (IEEE 802.3), STM32 Ethernet (IEEE 802.3), Wiznet W5100 (IEEE 802.3), USB CDC-ECM (CDC1.2), PPP, Virtual drivers ( TUN/TAP, VDE, Libpcap)

(RT)OSes picoTCP has been integrated into: No OS / Bare metal, FreeRTOS, mbed-RTOS, Frosted, linux / POSIX, MS DOS, MS Windows

Libraries picoTCP has been integrated with: wolfSSL, mbedTLS, Mongoose RESTful library, MicroPython

Compilers picoTCP compiles under: GCC, Clang, TCC, ARM-RCVT, IAR, XC-16, XC-32, MSP-GCC, AVR-GCC

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