RehiveTech, a company behind development of RSoC Framework, has become ARM Connected Community Partner. The RSoC Framework provides solution that helps the design process for ARM Powered devices such as Altera SoC or Xilinx Zynq.
Linux support for RSoC Framework on different hardware boards/platforms can be now found at GitHub!
New demonstration application for RSoC Framework has been prepared! It is Simple FPGA loopback demonstration and you can now download application sources which can be customized as you need. You can also download binaries prepared for the ZedBoard. See how simple is to build an application with the RSoC Framework! More details in Simple FPGA loopback demonstration.
Thanks to guys from Brno University of Technology our RSoC Framework has been utilized in the Network Monitoring Probe Based on Xilinx Zynq and presented at the ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems today.
We are happy to announce our RSoC Framework now fully supports Altera SoC chips. Applications running on Xilinx Zynq can be executed on Altera SoC or vice versa. Downloadable application examples will come soon, so stay tuned!
We are happy to announce our AMP demo running on the Altera SoC Development kit. You can now download updated software application sources or all binary files to run asymmetric multiprocessing (AMP) application demonstration based on the RSoC Framework. With our RSoC Framework it is really very easy to prototype an AMP system on both Xilinx or Altera platforms. More details in our updated AMP demonstration use-case.
RSoC Framework is based on technology coming from the Brno University of Technology and our colleagues from university will be presenting this technology at the FPGAworld conference soon. Both days, both places.
You can now download software application sources of asymmetric multiprocessing (AMP) application demonstration based on the RSoC Framework. See how simple is to build an AMP system with the RSoC Framework! More details in AMP demonstration use-case.
RSoC Framework video demonstration now supports ARM NEON SIMD engine. See how fast it is! Our measurements show that it is possible to achieve speed up to 5.7 (standard implementation vs. NEON implementation with intrinsic functions). You can download updated software application sources or directly test our demonstration with binaries provided for the ZedBoard.