In 1992, Rolf Segger founded SEGGER with the idea of providing developers and companies with a real-time operating system called embOS that could be used for a wide variety of applications. Fast-forward to today, SEGGER has evolved into an industry leader, offering an extensive array of cutting-edge hardware and software tools that cater to every facet of microcontroller development. Join us on a journey through time as we trace the milestones and innovations that have defined SEGGER as a company.
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SEGGER founded as a company by Rolf Segger.
Company headquarters in Hilden
SEGGER Microcontroller moved to Hilden, Kleinhülsen 4.
First Flasher introduced
First Flasher production programmer for M16C introduced.
New company headquarters in Hilden
SEGGER Microcontroller headquarters moved to a bigger office in Hilden, Heinrich-Hertz-Str. 5.
US office near Boston
SEGGER Microcontroller opens US office near Boston.
ISO 9001 certification
SEGGER Microcontroller is granted ISO 9001 certification.
Managing director appointed
Ivo Geilenbruegge appointed managing director.
Renesas RX support added
Renesas RX support added for the complete SEGGER portfolio.
J-Link RTT introduced
J-Link RTT (Real-Time Transfer) for improved debug and verification introduced.
SEGGER joined RISC-V Foundation
SEGGER joined RISC-V Foundation.
SEGGER supports RISC-V
RISC-V: Complete SEGGER portfolio (Debug Probes, Software Tools, Production Tools, Embedded Software) supports RISC-V.
embOS received TÜV-Süd certificate for IEC 61508 SIL3, IEC 62304 class C, and ISO 26262.
Office in Milpitas, Silicon Valley
SEGGER Microcontroller opened office in Milpitas, Silicon Valley.
SEGGER begins work on the new headquarters
SEGGER breaks ground on new corporate headquarters.
SEGGER moved to Monheim am Rhein
SEGGER Microcontroller headquarters moved to Monheim am Rhein.
emCompress-ToGo the first compression algorithm for resource-constrained microcontroller based systems introduced.
AppWizard for creating complete and ready-to-run emWin applications introduced.
Flasher Compact introduced
Credit-card-sized almost-anything progammer Flasher Compact introduced.
Heap monitoring for SystemView introduced
SystemView can now monitor how applications use dynamic storage.