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Imperas allowed us to quickly add our own components and build the topologies which we wanted to test. We had our first demo up and running in 20 minutes, and it took us just a few days to build a reference hardware architecture based on components in the Extendable Platform Kit (EPK). Last but not least, after just a few months we could start playing with our own many-core operating system on our many-core hardware design. The ease of use of the EPK, together with excellent Imperas documentation and support, have kick-started our FlexaWare platform development.

MIPS Warrior CPUs provide industry leading feature sets, performance, area and power consumption.  Partnering with Imperas to provide models in their innovative virtual platform tools provides a huge advantage to MIPS users. These models, together with Imperas’ new Extendable Platform Kits (EPKs) that let users run high-speed simulations of MIPS-based SoCs on any suitable PC - can benefit MIPS customers and anyone developing software for MIPS platforms. It is an additional benefit to our users to enable them to use the Codescape debugger for software development on both virtual platforms and hardware platforms.

The wide support of OVP fast processor core models, together with Imperas tools for software analysis, perfectly complements the Magillem Executable Specification (X-Spec) solution. The tight integration of Imperas technology with Magillem X-Spec will help our customers to seamlessly execute their embedded Software on their Hardware specification.

High performance processor models are an important part of our virtual prototype solution. The Open Virtual Platforms library of fast processor core models, together with Imperas tools for software analysis, complement the Virtual System Platform to provide an effective solution for system and software development.

OVP is addressing key issues in software development for embedded systems. By supporting the creation of virtual platforms, OVP is enabling early software development and helping expand the ARM user community.

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