- Core modules provide ARM processor personality
- Logic modules provide user-programmable logic devices
- Interface modules add circuitry and connectivity to logic modules
- Platform boards provide AMBA backbone and systems infrastructure
- Part of the RealView range of development tools from ARM
Integrator(R), part of the ARM RealView(TM) development solution, is a family of software and hardware integration platforms. The Integrator family leverages ARM's unique experience in test chip technology to provide a range of flexible, high-performance development platforms that meet the needs of today's system-on-a-chip designers, reducing time to market and overall cost.
Integrator platforms enable the integration of software and hardware IP such as ARM's PrimeCell peripherals and associated drivers. Integrator reduces development times and increases levels of confidence in the final silicon by allowing early prototyping, operating system porting, and application development in an environment similar to the final system.
Integrator core modules support the latest ARM processors, achieving performance in the 200 to 500MIPS range. Core modules allow ARM processors to be designed into ASB and AHB systems, regardless of the native bus type of the macrocell. Because the FPGA can be configured for other uses, core modules are also used for processor validation.
The Integrator/CP was recently introduced to meet the needs of a growing number of users who require smaller form factor systems with more sophisticated I/O as standard, but not the full flexibility, expandability, and multiprocessor capability offered by an Integrator/AP and Integrator/CM combination.
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