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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.
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.
Release of the NXP SecurACE FPGA Based Emulation Platform…
August 20th, 2021 – LIMERICK, IRELAND. Ashling Microsystems is a Gold-level NXP Technology Partner offering tailored, integrated embedded solutions and we have a long, successful history together of providing tools and services to NXP’s Secure Controller group and their customers. Recently, Ashling and NXP have jointly developed and released the SecurACE FPGA emulation platform…
Different Cores, One Solution for SoC, FPGA and ASIC debug …
July 20th, 2021 – LIMERICK, IRELAND. A single instance of our RiscFree™ IDE supports any number of heterogeneous and homogeneous cores. You can debug all your cores (in a SoC, FPGA or ASIC) via a single debug interface (JTAG, cJTAG, SWD etc)…
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….
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.