Foundation for a High-Performance Linux-Capable Advanced SoC
System-on-chip (SoC) designers can build custom SoCs based on a Cortex-A5 design that addresses high-performance application needs, such as smart-home gateways, edge computing, industrial human-machine interfaces (HMI), and more.
Features and Benefits
Accelerate development with a pre-verified subsystem that can act as a base for silicon designs.
Take advantage of open-source software and libraries, with out-of-the-box Linux support.
Kickstart development on the MPS3 FPGA board and mature the design before going to tape out.
Components of the Corstone-500
The Arm Corstone-500 reference package can be used for building a high-performance SoC, capable of running a rich operating system (OS) such as Linux. It includes the SSE-500 example subsystem, based on the Arm Cortex-A5 processor, providing a solid base for IoT and embedded devices performing complex compute tasks. Explore the components of Corstone-500 below.
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Explore More Options and Features
There are a range of Corstone reference packages available depending on device requirements. Explore the right option for your project.
The Cortex-A5 processor is designed for rich OS support in the smallest devices, with scalable versatility for cost-sensitive, low-power applications.
Explore resources and documentation to help you start developing with Corstone-500.