Highly Scalable Mesh for Intelligent Connected Systems
The Arm CoreLink CMN-600 Coherent Mesh Network is designed for intelligent connected systems across a wide range of applications including networking infrastructure, storage, server, HPC, automotive, and industrial solutions. The highly scalable mesh is optimized for Armv8-A processors and can be customized across a wide range of performance points.
Features and Benefits
The scalable mesh network can be customized to meet system performance and area requirements. The native AMBA 5 CHI network provides high-frequency, non-blocking data transfers between compute, accelerator, and IO to shared memory resources.
Socrates guides designers through the configuration and creation of an optimized and viable CoreLink CMN-600 interconnect fabric. By addressing complex challenges associated with Interconnect configurability and assembly, it helps speed design time and produce a higher quality interconnect.
The CoreLink CMN-600 provide the highest performance coherent backplane for Armv8-A systems from small, efficient access points to data center solutions maximizing compute density.
CoreLink CMN-600 coherent multichip links (CML) extend the high frequency, non-blocking AMBA 5 CHI protocol messages across multiple SoCs, so system designers can attach more compute or acceleration with a shared virtual memory.
The multichip links also support CCIX, the open coherency standard that allows processors based on different instruction set architectures to extend the benefits of cache coherent, peer processing to acceleration devices.
Keeping data on-chip greatly improves performance and efficiency. The integrated agile system cache is designed to boost IO throughput workloads, such as networking and storage.
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Arm processors include the ultra-low power Cortex-M series, real-time response Cortex-R series, and the high performance Cortex-A series.
System Memory Management Units
A system memory management unit (SMMU) is responsible for all aspects of memory management, including caching and memory virtualization.
Arm generic interrupt controllers (GIC) perform critical tasks of interrupt management, prioritization and routing.
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