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Software eases embedded, datacentre design

Posted: 04 Dec 2012     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:multi-core  development environment  software  processors 

Tilera Corp. announces version 4.1. of its Multicore Development Environment (MDE) designed for developing embedded and datacentre applications that use the company's 64bit TILE-Gx family of processors.

Described as a complete Linux environment which any software engineer can use right out of the box, the Tilera MDE provides a comprehensive software environment including:
 � Linux: kernel 2.6.40 (3.0);
 � Open source libraries: binutil, glibc, and 3800+ CentOS 6.3 RPMs;
 � GCC: 4.4 and 4.6 cross and native compilers with support for 32 and 64bit libraries;
 � Open source tools: gdb, oprofile, mudflap, perf-events, valgrind, and eclipse;
 � Java: openJDK 1.6 and hotspot server JIT;
 � TILE-Gx optimized libraries for mPIPE, MiCA, TRIO, USB, and other SoC components.

The growth of data and network traffic has created the need for more computational efficiencies. OEMs must provide higher performance, while using less space, consuming far less power, and providing more agility to dynamically implement features in ever decreasing development cycles. The TILE-Gx processor family, powered by the MDE 4.1 release, claims to solve these customer problems. The MDE-processor platform is targeted at intelligent networking solutions; intrusion prevention systems; application delivery controllers; firewall appliances; WAN optimisation appliances; routers data-plane processing; software defined networks; video collaboration; and data-mining and forensics.

The MDE 4.1 release is available now, and the processors are shipping in volume production.





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