A Soft Macrocell Model (SMM) is an FPGA version of an Arm processor built on a daughterboard that can be mounted on the V2M-P1 motherboard to form an off-the-shelf development system. It provides a fully functional, tested example of an Arm processor even if no hard silicon is available from a foundry.
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Juno Arm Development Platform
The Juno Arm Development Platform is an open, vendor-neutral development platform comprised of a Armv8-based SoC on a Versatile Express development board with a reference software port available from Linaro.
LogicTile Express is the plug-in FPGA daughterboard for the Juno Arm Development Platform as well as for SMM-based prototypes. Use it to debug and optimize custom ASIC IP alongside Arm processors and other Arm IP.
DSTREAM is a debugger of any Arm processor-based target software. It employs the full debug and trace capabilities of the Arm Arm Development Studio on Arm architectures v4 to v8 up to 9.6Gbps (with HSSTP probe).
Arm Development Studio
Designed alongside Arm processors, CoreSight IP, and debug hardware, Arm Development Studio is a suite of tools for embedded C/C++ software development on any Arm-based SoC, featuring editor, compilers, debugger, and system profiler.