True TCP/IP Networking on 8- and 16-Bit Processors!
ROM Specifications: 3K - 20K bytes
Depending upon processor, protocols used and options selected

Finally, the Right Connectivity Solution for Your 8-bit and 16-bit Embedded Processors

CMX-MicroNet has been developed by the company that is famous for providing complete, elegant solutions to the embedded community - CMX! Our developers have the expertise and hands-on experience to satisfy the most stringent real time demands that the 8-/16-bit community deals with every day. When we set about the task of creating the first true TCP/IP stack for these popular processors, we knew that it had to have:

Only Industry Standard Protocols. Of what benefit are closed, proprietary protocols that constrain and confuse your development team? CMX-MicroNet offers only industry standard protocols running right on your target processor and we provide full source code with every sale!

Use your Current Processor. Why should you have to upgrade your current processor, or, worst yet, add another processor just for TCP/IP? Those hardware costs can really add up! CMX-MicroNet allows you to work with your current design and still implement the networking connectivity you need.

An Affordable Pricing Structure. CMX-MicroNet offers a low, one-time fee and no royalties on deployed products. And you get the entire source code for free with every purchase!

Supported Protocols
  • TCP
  • PPP
  • UDP
  • SLIP
  • IP
  • IGMP v1
  • ARP
  • HTTP Web Server
  • FTP Client
  • FTP Server
  • TFTP Client
  • SMTP Client
  • DHCP Client
  • SNMP
  • DNS
  • Ethernet
  • Wireless Ethernet
  • Dial Up
  • Direct
Coming Soon
  • POP3 Client
Much more...
Let us know what you need
CMX MicroNET Supported Processors
  • 8051 (All Vendors)
  • 80x86
  • ARM
  • Atmel AVR
  • Cyan Technology eCOG1
  • Hitachi H8S, H8/300H
  • Infineon 80C16x, Infineon C166S V2 (XC16x)
  • Microchip PIC18, dsPIC
  • Mitsubishi M16C
  • FreeScale HC12/HCS12
  • NEC 78K0, V850
  • Philips XA
  • STMicro ST7, ST10, Super10
  • TI MSP 430, DSP C54x,  C55x
  • Toshiba TLCS-900
  • ZiLOG Z180, Z8 Encore, eZ80
CMX-Micronet Configuration Manager

Click Here for a screen shot.

CMX-MicroNet is easy to configure and integrate with
your application. Get your embedded processor
networked FAST with CMX-MicroNet.
Looking for an Out-of-the-Box Experience???
CMX-MicroNet has been ported to dozens of commercially available evaluation boards that, collectively, feature virtually all of the supported processors listed on this page. This means that you now can benefit from out-of-the-box TCP/IP stack/hardware integration without being constrained by any one hardware vendor's offerings. In fact, you can be prototyping your application within minutes of receiving any of these evaluation boards and CMX-MicroNet!

Please contact CMX for the latest list of supported evaluation boards -- we add new boards regularly.

CMX-MicroNet has been designed for maximum portability and is written in 100% standard C code. As a consequence, some clients have decided to port the software to processors not yet supported directly by CMX, including microprocessors, microcontrollers and DSPs. Our developers are confident that designers familiar with their target processor can easily perform the port themselves. Contact CMX for an in-depth discussion with one of our developers about this option.

Important Features of CMX-MICRONET

  • Tested and Proven with Hundreds of
    Design Wins Around the World
  • Extremely Small ROM/RAM Requirements
  • Supports Virtually All 8-, 16-,
    32-bit Processors and DSPs
  • Software Solution does not Require
    Additional Processor
  • Web Pages May Contain CGI calls
  • FTP Files, Including New Firmware
  • Send Emails
  • Can Serve up Java Applets
  • No Proprietary Protocols
  • Runs Stand Alone or with RTOS
  • Economical One Time Fee
  • Full Source Code Provided
  • No Royalties on Deployed Products
  • Excellent Documentation and Support


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