NXP created the differing suites to address different roles within our customer’s companies including software developers (developer suite), board bring-up experts (specialist suite) and network architects (architect suite).
This Linux software development kit (SDK) includes board support packages supporting QorIQ and select PowerQUICC Power Architecture Technology devices. Linux board support packages (BSPs) for NXP Silicon are tested, certified and frozen, ensuring a fully operational toolchain, kernel and board specific modules that are ready to use together within a fixed configuration for specific hardware reference platforms.
Lauterbach has over 40 years of experience in making world class microprocessor development tools. TRACE32 supports technologies like JTAG, SWD, NEXUS or ETM with embedded debuggers and real-time trace solutions for all NXP processor series.
Lauterbach has over 40 years of experience in making world class microprocessor development tools. TRACE32 NEXUS for is a high-end debug and trace system for NXP‘s QorIQ processor series with Aurora NEXUS trace port.
MULTI is a complete Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for embedded applications for C/C++, Embedded C++ and includes an advanced debugger, profiler, run-time memory checking, project builder, editor, instruction set simulator, and more.
VxWorks®, the industry’s leading real-time operating system, provides a family of products that deliver all the scalability, safety, security, and virtualization capabilities needed for today’s development challenges.
PRISANK is primarily our internal system platform supporting Borea embedded hardware platforms based on NXP i.MX and QorIQ chips but it can be extended to other platforms as well. It provides support for complete operation of embedded device.
Deos is a time & space partitioned RTOS, certified to DO-178B, Level A since 1998. Deos offers several unique fundamental and patented architectural advantages and delivers a high performance, low risk, simple to certify solution.
ISDN S/T interface microcode provides ability to interface NXP QorIQ or PowerQuicc processors with QuiccEngine technology to ISDN S/T BRI interface without additional external chips using just a few inexpensive components.
- NXP T1042 CPU: 4x e5500 64-bit cores at up to 1.4 GHz core frequency -new cost effective MPX-2 System on Module form factor, connecting to a standard edge connector (MXM3.0 socket) - variants available with QorIQ T1014/1024, T1020 and T1040
NXP QorIQ T1 system on module. Up to four 64-bit (e5500) cores. Suited for use in low power, mixed control and data plane applications such as fixed routers, switches, Internet access devices, firewall and general purpose embedded computing.
The XPedite6101 provides a compact rugged computing solution with excellent processing performance-per-watt. TheXPedite6101 is available in XMC and PrPMC form factors and supports the NXP QorIQ-based T2081, T1042, or T1022 processors.
The XPedite6100 is a high-performance, XMC/PrPMC, SBC supporting a NXP QorIQ T1042 processor. The T1042 processor offers four e5500 cores running at up to 1.4 GHz with a single channel of DDR3-1600 memory, all within a low power envelope.
The miriac™ SBC-T1042 Single Board Computer is a member of a family of NXP QorIQ™ T104x series based complete system solutions by MicroSys. Up to 4 GB soldered ECC DDR4 RAM. Four 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet ports with IEEE® 1588 support.
The PPC11A supports the same technology insertion pin-out as its predecessors, minimizing integration time and effort for legacy upgrades. It offers QorIQ T2081/T1042, flexible I/O, and long term support through an Universe IID VME interface.
Whether extending mission and program life or providing the computing building block for new programs, the rugged SBC314 offers choice of CPU: T2081 or T1042, multiple connectivity options, a diverse I/O set and provides support code for VxWorks653.
We build our modules from start to finish—designing, manufacturing, and testing all of the DRAM ourselves before assembling the modules and testing again. So, from high-performance SODIMMs to high-density LRDIMMs, you can depend on Micron.