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USING THE VIRTUAL PROTOTYPE OF THE S32G SAFE AND SECURE VEHICLE NETWORK PROCESSOR IN PRODUCTION

June 30, 2020
USA (United States of America)
SHARESHARESHARE
The challenge with highly complex automotive devices is to bring up the software as soon as the silicon becomes available, which applies to the entire automotive ecosystem, including internal teams, software partners, and external customers. The hardware-dependent software includes drivers, operating systems, and accelerator firmware, which need to be ready and integrated. Using a pre-silicon virtual prototype of its S32G device, NXP was able to bring up most of the software within two weeks after first silicon became available. This 60-minute Webinar focuses on the production use of the NXP S32G274A virtual prototype for pre-silicon development, which consists of an Arm® Cortex®-A53 cluster with 4 cores, an Arm Cortex-M7 cluster with 3 lockstep cores, and automotive network accelerators with additional cores. The NXP S32G274A is an SoC for safe and secure vehicle applications.