Texas Instruments has just introduced its low-cost MSPM0 Arm Cortex-M0+ microcontroller portfolio comprised of the MSPM0L series with a 32 MHz CPU, up to 64 kB of flash, and 4 kB SRAM, and the MSPM0G series with an 80 MHz CPU, up to 128 kB of flash and 32 kB SRAM.
Texas Instruments provides the LP-MSPM0L1306 LaunchPad development kit with an on-board debug probe for programming, debugging, and energy measurements, three buttons, two LEDs (one being an RGB LED), an analog temperature sensor, and a light sensor in order to let engineers easily evaluate the 32 MHz MSPM0L microcontrollers. The devkit is supported by the MSP Software Development Kit (SDK).
The company also offers the LP-MSPM0G3507 LaunchPad development kit for the 80 MHz Cortex-M0+ microcontroller (sorry, no photo or render) that also works with the MSP Software Development Kit (SDK).
Right now I can only find 17 MSPM0 parts on Texas Instruments’ website, but the company says the portfolio will be comprised of around 100 parts by the end of the year. TI did not mention anything about the MSP430 family, as the MSPM0 looks like it could be a replacement.