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== Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) OVPsim ==
 
== Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) OVPsim ==
  
Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) (http://www.OVPworld.org) includes the freely available simulator OVPsim, a library of models of processors, peripherals and platforms, and APIs which enable users to develop their own models.  The models in the library are open source, written in C, and include the MIPS 4K, 24K and 34K cores. These models are created and maintained by Imperas (http://www.imperas.com) and in partnership with MIPS Technologies have been tested and assigned the MIPS-Verified(tm) mark. The OVP site also includes models of ARM, Tensilica and OpenCores/openRisc processors. Sample MIPS-based platforms include both bare metal environments and platforms for booting unmodified Linux binary images. These platforms/emulators are available as source or binaries and are fast, free, and easy to use.  OVPsim is developed and maintained by Imperas and is very fast (100s of million instructions per second), and built to handle multicore architectures. To download the MIPS OVPsim simulators/emulators OVP Homepage visit http://www.OVPworld.org/mips.
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Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) (http://www.OVPworld.org) includes the freely available simulator OVPsim, a library of models of processors, peripherals and platforms, and APIs which enable users to develop their own models.  The models in the library are open source, written in C, and include the MIPS 4K, 24K and 34K cores. These models are created and maintained by Imperas (http://www.imperas.com) and in partnership with MIPS Technologies have been tested and assigned the MIPS-Verified(tm) mark. The OVP site also includes models of ARM, Tensilica and OpenCores/openRisc processors. Sample MIPS-based platforms include both bare metal environments and platforms for booting unmodified Linux binary images. These platforms/emulators are available as source or binaries and are fast, free, and easy to use.  OVPsim is developed and maintained by Imperas and is very fast (100s of million instructions per second), and built to handle multicore architectures. To download the MIPS OVPsim simulators/emulators  
[[Wikipedia:MIPS_architecture|OVPsim]]
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== External References ==
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OVP Homepage visit http://www.OVPworld.org/mips.
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Wikipedia [[Wikipedia:MIPS_architecture|OVPsim]]

Revision as of 09:31, 2 September 2008

Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) OVPsim

Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) (http://www.OVPworld.org) includes the freely available simulator OVPsim, a library of models of processors, peripherals and platforms, and APIs which enable users to develop their own models. The models in the library are open source, written in C, and include the MIPS 4K, 24K and 34K cores. These models are created and maintained by Imperas (http://www.imperas.com) and in partnership with MIPS Technologies have been tested and assigned the MIPS-Verified(tm) mark. The OVP site also includes models of ARM, Tensilica and OpenCores/openRisc processors. Sample MIPS-based platforms include both bare metal environments and platforms for booting unmodified Linux binary images. These platforms/emulators are available as source or binaries and are fast, free, and easy to use. OVPsim is developed and maintained by Imperas and is very fast (100s of million instructions per second), and built to handle multicore architectures. To download the MIPS OVPsim simulators/emulators

External References

OVP Homepage visit http://www.OVPworld.org/mips.

Wikipedia OVPsim