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Ashling today announced a new strategic collaboration with Synopsys Inc., which provides a Plugin allowing use of the MathWorks MATLAB and Simulink tools with the Synopsys DesignWare MetaWare Development Toolkit. The Ashling developed Plugin allows users to compile MATLAB/Simulink-generated C code using the MetaWare Development Kit resulting in code highly optimised for running on Synopsys DesignWare ARC processors particularly those with DSP extensions.
08/07/2019 » Ashling extends Ultra-XD Real-Time Trace system for Synopsys’ DesignWare® ARC® Processors
Ashling announces today that the Ultra-XD Real-Time Trace Probe supporting Synopsys’ DesignWare® ARC® HS and ARC EM Processor Families has now been extended to support the latest versions (v2) of Synopsys’s ARC Trace Interface Option.
Ashling, a supplier of high-performance embedded software and hardware tools, today announced that it has upgraded its Secure Gateway Demonstrator Platform (SGDP) which is a hardware and software platform demonstrating how to design and build a Secure Automotive Gateway using the NXP NCJ38A (“Phantom”) series of embedded Secure Element (eSE) Devices. The upgrade ensures compatibility with the latest version of the NXP DEVKIT-MPC5748G Development Board for MPC5748G. See here for more details: https://www.ashling.com/ashling-nxp-gateway/
… While there’s already the basis for a workable ecosystem, it’s not where it needs to be for full-scale success. The early adopters in the ecosystem include Ashling Microsystems, who are building tools to support the board. The company offers RISC-V products based on its Ashling RiscFree platform. Those products include simulation, debug, probes and development tools … allaboutcircuits.com
RISC-V SUMMIT, Santa Clara, CA – December 4, 2018. Ashling, a leading supplier of high-performance embedded software and hardware tools, announces support for the www.open-isa.org RISCV based VEGA Board Platform. As an active member of the RISC-V Foundation, Ashling continues to demonstrate support and commitment to open architectures and ecosystems. At the RISC-V Summit in Santa Clara (December 3rd to 6th), Ashling is exhibiting at the Open-ISA.org stand (#303) in addition to Ashling’s own stand (#200).
RISC-V SUMMIT, Santa Clara, CA – December 4, 2018. Ashling (a subsidiary of the NeST Group) today announced the market release of its latest embedded tools technologies supporting the RISC-V user base, Ashling RiscFree™ C/C++ for RISC-V. It is a fully integrated development tool environment which includes IDE, compiler, debugger, and a JTAG probe ready to use with most RISC-V based core.
RISC-V SUMMIT, Santa Clara, CA – December 3, 2018. Ashling, a supplier of high-performance embedded software and hardware tools for the RISC-V market, today announced that it has partnered with Embecosm the leading supplier of RISC-V free and open source (F/OSS) Compiler Toolchains. Both companies are active members of the RISC-V foundation working closely on the evolution of RISC-V, with a particular emphasis on software development tools.
REDWOOD CITY, California, USA – Ashling Systems (a subsidiary of the NeST Group) and AM Technologies today announced a collaboration to provide remote monitoring for IoT based design and products.
07/02/2018 » Embedded Tools and Services provider Ashling wins approval as NXP Engineering Consultant
LIMERICK, IRELAND Ashling, a leading supplier of high-performance embedded software and hardware tools, today announced that it has been qualified by NXP as an Approved Engineering Consultant (AEC). The aim of NXP’s AEC program is to provide customers with engineering services above and beyond NXP technical support, to get them to production faster. NXP Approved Engineering Consultants are trusted design contractors, software service providers, and training centres that offer experienced consulting or design services to implement NXP technology solutions.
SPAIN, Barcelona May 11, 2018 – Ashling had a strong showing at the 8th RISC-V Workshop held in Barcelona. Ashling team along with the Imperas team presented a well-attended technical session. RISC-V community is now well aware of the Ashling ecosystem of tools supporting RISC-V.
27th February, 2018 – NÜRNBERG, GERMANY. Ashling showcased its latest high performance debug tools at this year’s Embedded World exhibition, an ideal event to learn about the latest technologies and trends in embedded processor IP, software, programming tools and applications.
NUREMBERG, Germany — Embedded World 2018 – Ashling Systems (a subsidiary of the NeST Group) and Imperas Software today announced a partnership to provide integrated tools and solutions for RISC-V software development. The technology aspects of this alliance include the integration of Imperas’ high-performance virtual platforms, simulation engines and models into Ashling’s own RiscFree™ IDE and tools offering. On the business side, Ashling will promote, sell and support this new, comprehensive, turnkey solution spanning the solutions of both companies.
February 9, 2018 Ashling Is Certified as NXP Approved Engineering Consultant for the many Services. The certified services are …
20th November, 2017 – LIMERICK, IRELAND. Ashling, a leading supplier of high-performance embedded software and hardware tools, today announced that it has joined the RISC-V Foundation, a non-profit corporation controlled by its members to drive the adoption and implementation of the open, free RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA) forward.
15th November, 2017 – BEIJING, CHINA. Ashling Microsystems Limited showcased its latest high performance debug tools for ARC® processors at the Synopsys ARC® Processor Summit in Beijing, together with its local partner Emdoor Electronic & Technology. This was an ideal forum for ARC® users to learn about the latest technologies and trends in embedded processor IP, software, programming tools and applications…
18th July, 2017 – LIMERICK, IRELAND. Imagine a scenario where you have issues debugging your hardware immediately after a reset or power-up. For example, a complex bug occurs immediately after the target hardware is powered-up, and only happens when executing code in real-time from reset…