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Mistral announces new development platform

Posted: 19 May 2008     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:development platform  EVM  processor 

Mistral Software Inc., a company specialising in real-time embedded solutions, has introduced the OMAP35x evaluation module (EVM), an ARM Cortex-A8 processor-based development platform.

The OMAP35x EVM is based on Texas Instruments' offering of new OMAP devices which integrate an ARM Cortex-A8 processor. It is a software development and device prototyping platform for users to start immediately on their multimedia-based application device development.

The OMAP35x applications processors will enable a wide range of applications, including portable navigation devices, Internet appliances and portable patient monitoring devices that require robust digital signal processing and control capabilities.

Mistral and ARM Partnership

Mistral, a member of the ARM Connected Community, has worked extensively on ARM technology, including ARM processor-based product designs for navigation, hand held devices, smart phones, connected mobile devices, IP cameras and surveillance gadgets.

"This is one of the first development boards available for the ARM Cortex-A8 processor. It will be instrumental in enabling designers building next generation power optimised portable devices. It will be a major boost for demanding consumer applications, which will stand to gain from the enhanced audio, video, networking and graphics processing capability while utilising low battery power" said Samyeer Metrani, VP-Services (USA), Mistral Solutions. The Development Platform will support Linux and Windows Embedded OS.

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