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Green Hills 64bit enabled sol'ns geared for ARMv8-A

27 Feb 2014

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Green Hills Software, a vendor of embedded software solutions, has released what it boasts as the industry's first embedded software development solution built on its INTEGRITY real-time operating system (RTOS) and comprehensive MULTI integrated development environment (IDE) for the ARM Cortex-A50 processor series. According to the firm, the solution will allow engineering teams to get a risk-reducing early start on their next-generation high-performance/low-power product designs in automotive, mobile devices, networking infrastructure, industrial, Mil/Aero and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Green Hills 64bit enabled solutions for the ARMv8-A architecture work with the ARM Fast Model virtual platform and consists of INTEGRITY RTOS that has achieved the highest functional safety certification levels in industrial, medical, automotive and railway. It also delivers real-time determinism with high-performance by leveraging the Cortex-A50 processor series featuring a 64bit architecture and other performance accelerators; record-setting Green Hills C/C++ optimizing compilers/assembler and 64bit toolchain; and MULTI 64bit IDE debugger, MISRA C/C++ code quality adherence, profiler and many other integrated timesaving tools.

The Cortex-A57 processor is ARM's most advanced high-performance processor, while the Cortex-A53 processor is the world's smallest 64bit processor and ARM's most advanced high-efficiency processor, the company claimed. The Cortex-A50 processor series delivers the power of 64bit processing with advancements in hardware virtualization and TrustZone security, an improved instruction set architecture and 100 percent 32bit application compatibility to enable the next wave of embedded device functionality that is fully compatible with the existing ARM software base.

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