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University Usage, ARM Models, New Videos, OS Bring-up, and News

University Usage of OVP and Imperas Tools

Last week we announced expanded university usage of the OVP models and OVP and Imperas tools to address embedded systems research and teaching needs. The research cited in the announcement includes work on extending OVPsim for heterogeneous multiprocessor systems, power estimation, system/software optimization on NoC-based SoCs, automating the virtual platform process, and using virtual platforms for systems with mixed criticality.

Read more here.

Imperas Fast Processor Models of ARM Cores

Imperas recently announced the release of Open Virtual Platforms™ (OVP™) Fast Processor Models for popular ARM cores to accelerate embedded software development for multi-core ARM-based designs. New models include: Cortex-A17, Cortex-M0, Cortex-M0+, and Cortex-M1. Also announced are changes to the terms of licensing of the OVP ARM Models.

New Extendable Platform Kits™ (EPKs™) of ARM-based devices are available from Imperas, working together with the M*SDK™ tools, to help accelerate embedded software development, debug and test. EPKs are virtual platforms (simulation models), including processor models plus peripheral models necessary to boot an operating system (OS) or run bare metal applications. The platform and peripheral models included in the EPKs are open source, so that users can easily add new models to the platform as well as modify the existing peripheral models. The example OS and/or applications are also included.

Read more here.

New Imperas EDA Cafe Video

View a new EDA Café video interview with Imperas CEO Simon Davidmann. Simon talks about Imperas and Open Virtual Platforms, and why you need virtual platforms.

Watch the brief video here!

New 5 Minutes with... Simon Davidmann Video Interview

This 5 minute video by Rich Nass of Embedded Computing with Simon Davidmann, CEO/Founder of Imperas, covers serial entrepreneurship, the future of EDA, consolidation and merger/acquisition insights.

Watch it here!


OS bring up using virtual platforms on Imagination Technologies blog site

On a recent blog on the Imagination Technologies website, Larry Lapides, VP of sales at Imperas, discusses OS bring up on MIPS processors using virtual platforms. "Linux has become the general purpose operating system of choice for embedded systems, and is almost always supported for high end SoCs developed by semiconductor vendors. These SoCs now have multicore processors, and run symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) Linux. Most vendors start with the MIPS Linux distribution, then customize it for the specific SoC (requiring device tree changes), including the necessary drivers for the peripherals on the SoC as well as supporting other customizations and unique features. While the MIPS Linux distribution is a great starting point, that does not make customization and bring up an easy task. To put it another way: Just because you get to the Linux prompt doesn't mean everything is working."

Read more here.

Previous blogs: Security, MIPS VZ instructions and virtual platforms and New MIPS models from Imperas shown at Embedded World 2015

Fish Fry, from EE Journal with Simon Davidmann

Amelia Dalton of EE Journal interviewed Simon Davidmann on new trends in embedded software development with virtual platforms. "In this week’s Fish Fry, we take a closer look at virtual platform-based methodology for embedded software development with Simon Davidmann (CEO - Imperas).” Simon and Amelia discuss the advantages of Open Virtual Platforms and how virtual platforms can speed up your design process.

Listen to this short audio interview here.

Imperas to Exhibit at Renesas DevCon 2015

At Renesas DevCon 2015, highlights will include demonstrations of Imperas virtual platform solutions for embedded software development, debug and test at the Imperas booth in the exhibition area. The demos will feature virtual platforms for the latest and most popular Renesas devices, including both those based on Renesas proprietary processor cores and on ARM cores.

When and where: October 12-15, 2015, Hyatt Regency Orange County, CA.

Read more here.


Imperas Demonstrates Virtual Platforms at the 2015 ARM TechCon

Imperas will exhibit at the 2015 ARM TechCon and invites attendees to register for a demonstration of Imperas embedded software development, debug and test solutions for ARM-based systems. See Imperas virtual platform based embedded software debug, analysis and verification demos of Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) models of the full line of ARM processors, including Cortex-A, M and R families, at the Imperas booth, #520.

When and where: November 10-12, 2015, Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA

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