Get a Head Start on Development
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.
Take advantage of Soft Macrocell Models of Cortex-R5 and Cortex-R7 to accelerate development for these processors.
Complete your system by plugging additional LogicTile Express daughterboards directly into the SMM motherboard.
As no SDRAM is provided on the V2M-P1 motherboard, a SODIMM memory module is generally provided on the SMM.
Learn how the Soft Macrocell Model can accelerate your SoC development.
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.
Second-generation high-performance debug probe, enabling maximum visibility into Arm processors with 2.4 Gbps parallel trace over 4 pins. Streams trace data directly to host PC, and includes system auto-detection with Arm Development Studio and a wide range of target connectors.
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.