Open Source Models Available From Open Virtual Platforms
OXFORD, United Kingdom, October 25, 2012 - Imperas, which is a member of the ARM Connected Community, has released its models of the ARM Cortex-A15, Cortex-R4, Cortex-R4F and ARM1176 processor cores. These models, as with all OVP models of the ARM processor cores, are now available from Open Virtual Platforms (OVP). Support from OVP includes example virtual platforms incorporating the cores, with the processor core models also supported in Imperas' advanced software development tools. The models, together with the OVP and Imperas M*SDK tools, will be demonstrated at the ARM TechCon conference October 31 and November 1 in Santa Clara.
The OVP Fast Processor Models and example…
An interesting contributed blog on the changes in the virtual platform space by John Cooley of ESNUG and DeepChip
John Cooley, though focused on the EDA simulation, synthesis, and RTL areas collected some information regarding the recent acquisitions.
There are contributions from:
- Jay Vleeschhouwer of Ticonderoga Securities
- Simon Davidmann of Imperas
- Bill Neifert of Carbon
- Brett Cline of Forte Design
- and several annonymous contributors
To read the full article, please visit the blog on deepchip.com here