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Green Hills ports RTOS, MULTI software to ARM Cortex-A5

05 Nov 2013

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Green Hills Software has ported its INTEGRITY real-time operating systems (RTOS) and MULTI software development platform to the ARM Cortex-A5 system. The company said the RTOS and tools provide separation architecture to the ARM Cortex-A5. The solution has potential uses for customers in the medical, industrial, and automotive fields.

Early global clients are using the INTEGRITY RTOS and the Cortex-A5 architecture in industrial, medical, automotive, and railway applications for real-time determinism with high performance by leveraging the Cortex-A5 multi-core architecture and performance accelerators including MMU.

The MULTI integrated software development environment features a multi-core debugger, MISRA C/C++ code quality adherence, profiler, and many other integrated time-saving tools. The toolchain is compliant to automotive and industrial safety standards ISO 26262 ASIL D, EN50128 SIL 4, and IEC 61508 SIL 4, and includes the TimeMachine debugger and SuperTrace probe for rewind debugging and non-intrusive analysis. The EEMBC-certified C/C++ compilers use the Cortex-A5 performance acceleration units, including the latest floating point (VFPv4) and NEON SIMD engine to boost code performance.

"Green Hills has a long and rich history of applying its leading-edge RTOS, compiler, trace debugging and functional safety software technology to ARM-based processors," said David Kleidermacher, chief technology officer at Green Hills Software. "We're seeing a growing popularity of Cortex-Ax in all industry segments and we look forward to continuing to enable this trend."

The Green Hills solution for Cortex-A5 is now available.




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