Ethernet
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A wide range of remote communication features are possible when Ethernet connectivity is added to embedded designs. For example, it can enable you to remotely monitor systems using a web browser or receive emails triggered by service alerts or low product inventory. It saves cost and time since you can centrally monitor, control and service your embedded systems over the internet instead of physically being there. Microchip's Ethernet solutions are designed to support the growing needs of these markets with a full complement of robust, highly integrated Ethernet devices complemented by a full line of PIC32/SAM MCUs, and SAM MPU host processors.

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