LSI Logic’s New Prototyping Platform Speeds SoC Development

(December 5, 2005) Milpitas, CA &#8212 The RapidChip system-on-chip (SoC) prototyping platform is based on the ARM926EJ-S processor, and is now available from LSI Logic Corp. The new platform enables designers to emulate their cell-based ASIC or RapidChip Platform ASIC design before tape out, provides FPGA-based system verification, and enables earlier beginnings for software development.

Co-developed with Memec Design Europe, the RapidChip platform provides a complete development system that lowers barriers for designing an SoC with a 32-bit embedded processor. The platform provides a 200-MHz ARM926EJ-S processor and a complete set of peripherals with a 200-MHz, 400-Mbps DDR1 controller on a RapidChip Integrator slice.


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