Wind River’s Relationship with Arm Ensures Optimized Software and Tools

Arm

Arm’s scalable, energy-efficient processor designs deliver intelligence wherever computing happens. Wind River’s relationship with Arm and its licensees NXPRenesasTIXilinx, and others ensures optimized software and tools, resulting in a great customer experience for software developers and architects designing Arm-based edge devices. Arm defines the pervasive computing shaping today's connected world. Realized in 100 billion silicon chips, our device architectures orchestrate the performance of the technology transforming our lives - from smartphones to supercomputers, from medical instruments to agricultural sensors, and from base stations to servers.

Extensive board support package availability

Wind River works closely with Arm to assure that Wind River operating systems, tools, and simulation offerings are optimized for use by Arm licensees. This cooperation ensures great customer experiences using Wind River software on Arm-powered devices from multiple silicon providers, and facilitates the enablement of the latest Wind River products such as VxWorks 653 for use in Arm-based safety-certifiable systems. With Arm and Wind River, software developers and architects can utilize the full potential of Arm-based SoC devices.

  • One of the broadest portfolios of Arm processor-based solutions for developers to choose from
  • Wind River embedded operating systems designed to support Arm multi-core processor architectures and symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) with real-time optimizations
  • For Arm technical manuals, downloads, and developer resources, please visit Arm Developer Zone
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