A Global World-Class Partner

Ashling is a global, world-class technology partner providing integrated solutions including tools and design services that are at the heart of the embedded environment.

Global organizations trust Ashling to provide products and services for their business-critical operations.

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See Hugh O’Keeffe, Ashling VP of Global Engineering present Ashling’s RiscFree™ IDE and Debugger for Multi-Core Heterogeneous Software Development at the RISC-V Summit held in December in San Jose, CA.


Complete RISC-V Ecosystem

Ashling is an active member of the RISC-V Foundation devoted to the development of an open, extensible ISA and we engage and cooperate with leading OEMs and semiconductor companies to successfully develop custom RISC-V engineering solutions including tools.


Multi-Core, Heterogeneous Arm Tools

Ashling provide an IDE, Debugger and Hardware Debug and Trace probes.


Debug Tools for Synopsys® DesignWare® ARC

Ashling provide a range of hardware debug probes which support both JTAG Debug and Real-time Trace and are integrated into the MetaWare and GNU ARC Toolchains.

Ashling News

White paper on adding custom RISC-V Instructions to QEMU by Hugh O’Keeffe…

February 25, 2021 – LIMERICK, IRELAND. Ashling’s VP of Engineering Hugh O’Keeffe has written a new white-paper with a step-by-step guide on how to add custom RISC-V instructions to the QEMU emulator including how to build and debug applications which use the new custom instructions. See here

Code Coverage Tool for RISC-V and Arm from Ashling…

February 8th, 2021 – LIMERICK, IRELAND.Ashling announces immediate availability of an integrated Code Coverage Tool for Arm and RISC-V based target applications within Ashling’s RiscFree™ IDE and Debug solution. Identifying untested code is an essential part of any software test plan and an automated means of recording the coverage of source code during unit test execution is either required or recommended by many software engineering standards. Measuring code coverage – the percentage of the overall software system…

Heterogeneous Multicore Debug Paper by Róisín O’Keeffe…

December 16th, 2020 – LIMERICK, IRELAND. Over the last decade there has been a dramatic increase in the number of multicore designs in embedded electronic SoC (System-on-Chip) devices. This drive towards multicore SoC designs was primarily driven by a desire for improved power consumption, cost, performance criteria, smaller form factors and concurrent application requirements. Combining several cores into a single device can reduce the number of components in the end-product thereby lowering…


Complete NXP Ecosystem

Ashling provides a range of tools for the development of both NXP Smart Card and Secure Element based designs. In addition, Ashling also provide debug tools for the NXP Power Architecture.