Arm SystemReady IR
SystemReady IR is a band of system certification in the Arm SystemReady program.
SystemReady IR is tailored to meet the needs of embedded Linux/BSD ecosystem on systems based on embedded Arm SoCs. It ensures standard firmware interfaces to deploy and maintain. It assumes SoC supported by mainline Linux/BSD. It targets both custom (Yocto, OpenWRT, buildroot) and pre-build (Debian, Fedora, SUSE) images.
SystemReady IR certified platforms implement a minimum set of hardware and firmware features that an operating system can depend on to deploy the operating system image. Compliant systems must conform to the:
- Arm Base System Architecture (BSA) specification
- Embedded Base Boot Requirements (EBBR)
- EBBR recipe of the Arm Base Boot Requirements (BBR) specification
- Device Tree specification
The SystemReady IR certification and testing requirements are specified in the Arm SystemReady Requirements Specification (SRS).
SystemReady IR Certified Systems
Note that this list does not indicate that the operating system is officially supported on this device. Please consult the device and operating system vendors for official support.
The following systems are certified for IR 64-bit requirements unless otherwise indicated.
“At NXP, our mission is to enable our customers to reduce development time and maintenance costs, or secure cloud to edge applications, NXP recognized early on the value of Arm’s SystemReady and PSA certifications to provide software and security building blocks necessary for accelerating time-to-market. And therefore, we sought certification of our popular i.MX 8M applications processors family which is now the first to be SystemReady IR certified.”
- Rob Oshana, VP of SW, NXP Semiconductors.
“For SECO and our customers, the benefit of participating in the Project Cassini is twofold. First, it enables seamless and therefore fast integration of our SystemReady certified devices into larger systems and networks, which can be used by a broad ecosystem of partners in many different markets. Second, being also a software solutions provider, SECO can become an active part of this ecosystem by opening our software offering to third parties. By joining Project Cassini, we once again demonstrate that at SECO, standardization, security and openness are essential principles.”
- Marco Sogli, Head of SW R&D & DevOps at SECO
Other SystemReady Bands
- Arm SystemReady IR Specifications
- Tools and Testing: Architectural Compliance Suite
- Video: Can Embedded and IoT "Just Work"? - Standards, SystemReady and Linux
- Video: Arm SystemReady Trophy Presentation to NXP
- Video: The Value and Path to SystemReady IR Certification
- Video: Deploying Yocto Linux on SystemReady IR Compliant Hardware
- Blog: Arm SystemReady certifications reach 50 including the Morello System Development Platform
- Blog: Major milestones for Arm SystemReady in driving ecosystem standards
- Blog: Simplifying Embedded Linux with SystemReady IR
- Blog: The Journey to a Brave New World of Secure, Easy to Deploy and Maintain Cloud-Native IoT-Edge
- SystemReady IR - IoT Integration, Test, and Certification Guide
- Deploying Yocto on SystemReady IR Compliant Hardware Guide