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ITTIA DB is granted “MadeForSTM32” label

ITTIA DB is a software expansion for STM32Cube

October 16, 2023 — Bellevue, WA — Today, ITTIA™, a global leading provider of secure high-performance embedded data management software for microcontrollers and microprocessors, announced the immediate availability of ITTIA DB IoT, a member of ITTIA DB product family, for STM32 microcontrollers. ITTIA is an ST Authorized Partner, and ITTIA DB for the STM32 family provides robust real-time data management and analysis software for STMicroelectronics (ST) devices. This total solution delivers an integrated database software and hardware development platform for manufacturers building data-sensitive device applications.

Real-time data capture and edge analytics are becoming common requirements for edge devices, including Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications. Manufacturers selecting STM32 family microcontrollers to build gateway devices, industrial systems, medical devices, wearables, and other embedded products can now locally stream, store, and manage data in real-time by seamlessly embedding ITTIA DB IoT.

ITTIA DB IoT is a powerful embedded database library built primarily for embedded applications to execute queries directly on microcontroller devices. It offers high-performance data streaming, ingestion, transformation, analytics, and distribution. The ITTIA software development lifecycle (SDL) is conformant to the principles of IEC/ISO 62443 security standards.

For all microcontrollers in embedded applications, the memory footprint must be carefully managed. ITTIA DB IoT integrates three data management engines that can be deployed together or independently: in-memory stream query processing, flash-optimized time series storage, and relational tables. With ITTIA DB and STM32, embedded systems are empowered to process real-time data first and then store valuable information.

ST has granted ITTIA its exclusive MadeForSTM32 quality label, after completing a careful evaluation process. This label helps engineers identify third-party solutions for the STM32 microcontrollers’ ecosystem with the highest level of integration and quality. MadeForSTM32 is offered to members of the ST Partner Program who want to go one step further in their collaboration, with the overall objective of contributing to the high-quality STM32 ecosystem.

ITTIA DB for STM32 devices is available on a variety of RTOS platforms, including FreeRTOS and Microsoft Azure RTOS ThreadX, and can be easily ported to support custom environments. ITTIA DB IoT is suitable for selected STM32U5, STM32MP1, STM32F7, STM32H7, STM32G4, STM32L4/L5, and STM32WB target devices.

“Our market leading ITTIA DB IoT database now supports STM32 microcontrollers to help customers focus on their applications and rely on ITTIA DB and our expertise to tremendously reduce the complexity of data management and analysis on their STM32-based applications. Our foundation in data streaming, data management, security, and time-series for real-time systems is a core added value for STM32 devices to process the data first and only store valuable information,” said Sasan Montaseri, ITTIA president.

“ITTIA offers commercial edge-device time series database software for STM32 devices, enabling stream processing for analytics and storage of sensors real-time data,” said Loïc Chossat, STM32 ecosystem marketing manager, STMicroelectronics.” Developers can evaluate the ITTIA DB solution within their STM32 project thanks to a software expansion for STM32Cube.”


ITTIA provides a secure time-series data management platform for building real-time IoT applications. ITTIA DB enables manufacturers and software architects to collect, process, and secure data on the edge. ITTIA DB is known for empowering manufacturers to embed reliability, scalability, and performance into modern data-driven device software. Its simplicity, ease of use, and security offer developers the peace of mind to build innovative devices. ITTIA DB is designed to be suitable for mission-critical application development and deployment, at a significantly reasonable cost. ITTIA SDL is conformant to the principles of IEC/ISO 62443. For more information visit

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