CoreLink 500 Product Range
The newest and highest performance family of system IP includes the recently announced CoreLink CCN-504 cache coherent network and CoreLink DMC-520 dynamic memory controller addresses the challenges of enterprise class SoCs. The ARMv8 architecture is complemented by the CoreLink GIC-500 (GICv3 architecture) and CoreLink MMU-500 (MMUv4 architecture).
CoreLink 400 Product Range
ARM supplies all the major components to move and store data between processors and memory. This includes the recently announced CCI-400 cache coherent interconnect, NIC-400 network interconnect, DMC-400 dynamic memory controller and MMU-400 system memory management unit as well as fully featured cache controllers, DMA controllers, static memory controllers and memory interface PHYs to the highest specifications. AMBA design tools enable the easy configuration, performance exploration and verification of the ARM subsystem.
Tried and Tested IP
High quality ARM CoreLink system IP is widely licensed and implemented by our silicon partners active in many diverse application areas, so you can rest assured that our configurable CoreLink products can be re-used in multiple AMBA-based SoCs over many years.
ARM Expertise in System Design
ARM engineers have designed both the world's No. 1 IP processors (Cortex-A, Cortex-R, Cortex-M, Mali and Classic ARM processors) and the most deployed interconnect architecture, AMBA, and have the expertise and experience to design and support the CoreLink system IP to maximize system performance and minimize power consumption. ARM engineers also contribute to memory interface specifications in the JEDEC and SPMT standards bodies.
Easy Re-use of IP
AMBA is the most widely used on-chip interconnect architecture in SoC designs providing ready re-use of CoreLink products across all your SoC designs:
"We have had many successful years designing SOC solutions relying on AMBA, the industry's de-facto standard for on-chip communication," said Masakazu Yamashina, general manager of the Mobile Systems Division at NEC Electronics.