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Compiler optimised to speed up code execution

Posted: 09 Aug 2010     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:open source  code execution  optimised compiler 

National Instruments offers off-the-shelf compiler technologies that have been optimised to execute code an average of 20 per cent faster in LabVIEW 2010. It is compatible with the Xilinx CORE Generator as result of an IP integration node that makes it possible to integrate any third-party FPGA IP into LabVIEW applications.

Key to the productivity delivered by LabVIEW is the compiler, which abstracts tasks such as memory allocation and thread management. With LabVIEW 2010, the compiler data flow intermediate representation has been further optimised, and low-Level virtual machine (LLVM), an open source compiler infrastructure, has been added to the software's compiler flow to accelerate code execution.

With the release of LabVIEW 2010, the LabVIEW Add-On Developer Program is being launched to give thousands of partners the opportunity to expand the platform and introduce custom functionality into LabVIEW.

The program establishes an online marketplace as part of the updated LabVIEW Tools Network for developers to offer their free and paid toolkits and a comprehensive location for LabVIEW users to browse, download, evaluate and purchase the add-ons.

More than 50 add-ons from NI and third-party developers are available, including code reuse libraries, templates, UI controls and connectors to other software packages.

Users can also use the VI Package Manager from JKI to connect directly to the LabVIEW Tools Network from their desktop and manage add-on installations and updates.

The company is working with technology providers such as Xilinx to further open up the LabVIEW environment. The IP Integration Node added in LabVIEW 2010 makes it possible for users to integrate any third-party FPGA IP into the LabVIEW FPGA Module and offers direct compatibility with cores created with the Xilinx CORE Generator.

NI says increasingly, engineers without FPGA expertise want to use NI LabVIEW FPGA and NI FPGA-based custom hardware for unique timing and triggering routines, ultra high-speed control, interfacing to digital protocols, digital signal processing (DSP), RF and communications and many other applications requiring high-speed hardware reliability customisation and tight determinism.


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