Smallest Real-Time Processor
The Cortex-R family of processors is designed for applications where high-performance, real-time, safe, and cost-effective processing is required. Cortex-R4 offers excellent energy efficiency, cost effectiveness, and fault tolerance for embedded applications including automobiles, cameras, and disk drive controllers.
Constructed using a flexible memory system with scalable, fast tightly coupled memory, this processor meets the high-performance needs of real-time embedded systems where deterministic execution is critical enabling real-time deadlines to be met.
A dual-issue, high-performance pipeline, with capability for hardware divide and single and double precision floating point extensions, supports the smallest and lowest-power Cortex-R processor, enabling efficient performance.
Prioritize reliability and error management through the inclusion of an optional redundant core for cycle-by-cycle checking, combined with the integrated memory protection unit and built-in error correcting code.
Internet of Things Platforms
Internet of Things (IoT) is bringing connected devices together into a global network of distributed intelligence. As mobile, cloud, and big data make IoT a reality, the size and low power consumption of Cortex-R4 make it ideal for use in new, affordable IoT platforms that enable smart home, consumer, and business uses.
Learn more about improving real-time responsiveness and error handling with Cortex-R4.
The GIC-400 works with Armv7 processors to perform critical tasks of interrupt management, prioritization, and routing.
Arm CoreSight SoC-400 is a comprehensive library of components for the creation of debug and trace functionality within a system. The library comprises configurable components to meet the exact requirements of your system.
Fast Models are accurate, flexible programmer’s view models of Arm IP, allowing you to develop software such as drivers, firmware, OS, and applications prior to silicon availability.
Cycle Models are cycle accurate, flexible models of Arm IP, allowing you to precisely model software performance such as drivers and firmware prior to silicon availability.
Arm-based chips, device architectures, and technologies orchestrate the performance of everything that makes modern life possible — from smartphones to agricultural sensors and from medical instruments to servers.
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