Check out ESP-DL!

  ESP-DL is a library for high-performance deep-learning resources dedicated to Espressif SoCs

Shanghai, China, Aug 27, 2021  


Announcing ESP32-H2, an IEEE 802.15.4 + Bluetooth 5.2 (LE) RISC-V SoC

  ESP32-H2 comes with integrated IEEE 802.15.4 radio and Bluetooth 5.2 (LE) connectivity from a 32-bit RISC-V core. This ensures low power consumption and security for connected devices.

Shanghai, China, Aug 2, 2021  


ESP32-S2-HMI-DevKit-1 for Human-Machine Interaction

 Espressif’s recently launched ESP32-S2-HMI-DevKit-1 is specifically designed for human-machine interaction.

Shanghai, China, Apr 30, 2021  


Announcing ESP32-C6, a Wi-Fi 6 + Bluetooth 5 (LE) SoC

 ESP32-C6 is Espressif’s first low-power and cost-effective Wi-Fi 6 + Bluetooth 5 (LE) SoC with a 32-bit RISC-V core, for securely connected devices.

Shanghai, China, Apr 9, 2021  


Announcing ESP32-S3 for AIoT Applications

We are delighted to announce the newest addition to Espressif’s series of MCUs, ESP32-S3, which has been especially designed to address the needs of the AIoT market

Shanghai, China, Dec 31, 2020


Introducing Espressif ESP32-C3

ESP32-C3 is a cost-effective, RISC-V-based MCU with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE 5.0 connectivity for secure IoT applications.

Shanghai, China Nov 27, 2020


MINI Surprise from Espressif!

Espressif’s new MINI series of modules currently comprises ESP32-S2-MINI-1 and ESP32-S2-MINI-1U, while more modules will be included soon.

Shanghai, China, August 28, 2020


Alexa Connect Kit Module with Espressif Released

ESP32-PICO-V3-ZERO is an Alexa Connect Kit (ACK) module with Espressif, which provides an easy way for customers to build Alexa-compatible devices.

Shanghai, China, July 23, 2020


ESP RainMaker Released

ESP RainMaker is Espressif’s end-to-end platform which enables makers realize their IoT ideas faster, with Espressif’s ESP32-S2 SoC, and without the hassle of managing the infrastructure involved.

Shanghai, China, April 15, 2020


ESP32 Fault Injection Vulnerability - Impact Analysis

Security researchers have recently described a fault injection attack on ESP32, which may result in some security compromise and unintended disclosure of information. However, ESP32’s security design remains safe for the vast majority of our products. Here’s how.

Shanghai, China, Jan 2, 2020

Indeed, since it is only the physically accessible products that can be targeted by a fault injection attack, ESP32’s security design remains effectively safe for the vast majority of our products.