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The focus of the Imperas products is to save engineering time in the development of embedded software, primarily achieved by making the engineering process significantly more efficient through the use of high-performance simulation and automated, powerful tooling.
The Imperas Multicore Software Development Kit (M*SDK) is a complete embedded software development environment that operates using virtual platforms and is specifically designed to handle complex multicore related issues. M*SDK contains all the capabilities of the M*DEV product, together with a comprehensive verification, analysis, and profiling (VAP) tool set, plus an advanced 3-dimensional (temporal, spatial and abstraction) debug solution, named 3Debug™, for heterogeneous multicore processor, peripheral, and embedded software debug.
Both the Verification, Analysis and Profiling (VAP) tools, as well as the 3Debug environment contain a range of highly advanced capabilities to handle unusual problems while also enhancing embedded code for multicore designs and complex processor platforms. Custom capability may be easily created to handle specific scenarios. The system uses advanced technology to improve the performance and reliability of the solution, eliminating wasted hours of unnecessary engineering effort.
M*DEV - Multicore Developer
M*SDK includes all the functionality and is a superset of the M*DEV product.
M*DEV includes all the platform and peripheral model development technology and high-performance simulation system, using this as a basis for the software development kit components. The M*DEV product is described here.
Verification, Analysis and Profiling (VAP)
The Imperas Multicore Software Development Kit M*SDK™ includes Verification, Analysis and Profiling (VAP) capabilities for systems running single and multicore embedded software. The Imperas M*SDK boasts a number of unique capabilities designed to improve the quality of the final code base in terms of bug elimination and execution performance, as well as reduce the engineering time required to achieve that quality.
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Imperas develops and markets state-of-the-art virtual platforms and tools to enable the most comprehensive embedded software development, debug and test solutions available today. The Imperas team has combined advanced simulation algorithms, modeling excellence, and a broad range of tools to produce a system that offers:
Fastest Execution Performance: Imperas leading JIT code-morphing simulation technology allows models of processors, such as the ARM® Cortex™ A-72, to execute at a peak speed of almost 5,000 Million Instructions per Second (MIPS), and booting multi-core Linux in under 4 seconds, on an average desktop PC (yes, it’s not a misprint).
Extensive Library of Accurate Models: The Imperas OVP model library includes a full range of processors from ARM, Imagination MIPS, PowerPC, OpenCores, Renesas, Synopsys ARC, Altera Nios II, and Xilinx Microblaze. The models are fully featured, e.g. ARM’s TrustZone® and Virtualization technology are supported. Example platforms and peripherals are also available that run for example: Linux, Android, Nucleus, μC/OS, FreeRTOS, uClinux, eCos. Models operate with SystemC TLM2 and other standards.
Advanced Development Tools: Powerful verification, analysis and profiling tools plus a multi-core debugger use ToolMorphing™ to merge them into the simulator, to operate with minimal performance degradation or execution alteration. Tools operate from bare metal instructions to CPU- and OS-Aware abstract modes, and can be customized for platform and scenario specific operations. This environment has been used by Imperas customers to find bugs in previously fully tested production code.
In 2008, Imperas founded Open Virtual Platforms (OVP), an industry consortium dedicated to providing open-source models and infrastructure to create virtual platform models as easily as possible. OVP provides an easy entry point into the world of virtual platforms and today boasts over 10,000 members from many leading electronics companies and academic institutions. OVP models operate with other standards, including SystemC and TLM2, while building on the Imperas simulation technology to enable high-performance, high-capability models for any environment.