Green Hills: Integrity RTOS supports MIPS I6400 CPU

Green Hills Software and Imagination Technologies announce expanded Green Hills tools support for MIPS CPUs with availability of the Green Hills INTEGRITY RTOS for the MIPS I6400 CPU. The combination provides a highly efficient solution for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and autonomous vehicles, networking, and other applications which require maximum reliability, security, and real-time performance.

INTEGRITY RTOS is built around a partitioning architecture designed to provide embedded systems with the highest levels of reliability, security, and real-time performance. It uses hardware memory protection to isolate and protect embedded applications through creation of secure partitions which guarantee each task the resources it needs to run correctly and fully protect the operating system and user tasks from errant and malicious code.

The 64-bit MIPS I6400 CPU features real-time hardware virtualization capability which enables designers to save costs by safely and securely consolidating multiple CPU cores into a single core, save power where multiple cores are required, and dynamically and deterministically allocate CPU bandwidth per application. In the I6400, this is combined with simultaneous multi-threading which provides higher utilization and CPU efficiency. The combination of SMT with VZ offers the benefits of security by isolation while minimizing context switching overhead.

In addition to INTEGRITY RTOS, MIPS CPU support from Green Hills Software includes its C/C++ compiler, assembler and linker, binary toolchain, MULTI integrated development environment, Green Hills Probe, SuperTrace Probe and documentation.

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