CAES’ NOEL-V To Support IAR Embedded Workbench

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  • NOEL-V is a synthesizable VHDL model of a processor implementing the RISC-V architecture
  • This partnership is an important step in the space market, in which NOEL-V architecture occupies a leading position: IAR Systems

A leading global company in software and services for embedded development, IAR Systems recently announced a new partnership with technology provider CAES. Under the partnership, IAR Systems is set to release a new version of the IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V. The new version will have support for NOEL-V, the RISC-V space-grade processor from Gaisler, the fault-tolerant processor design centre of CAES.

It is noteworthy that the NOEL-V is a synthesizable VHDL model of a processor implementing the RISC-V architecture. The company claims that it is highly configurable, and offers profiles going from high-performance Linux-capable architectures to area-optimized micro-controller solutions. “The NOEL-V is also designed to include fault-tolerant features that allow it to run software without interruptions, correcting automatically faults due to the radiation naturally present in the space environment”, it further added.

Notably, the IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V is a complete development toolchain for developers, which offers multi-core debugging and analysis possibilities such as complex code and data breakpoints, runtime stack analysis, call stack visualization and code coverage analysis.

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Head of the Software Section at Gaisler, Daniel Hellström commented: “IAR has done a great job integrating NOEL-V support into the IAR Embedded Workbench, providing RISC-V space applications with their certified toolchain. Using the RISC-V standard in our processors allows us to leverage the RISC-V software ecosystem and 3rd party toolchain and debug capabilities.”

Pleased with the collaboration, Anders Holmberg, CTO at IAR Systems said: “Further IAR Embedded Workbench is the natural choice for companies worldwide working with safety-critical applications. The embedded expertise we have acquired in the last 40 years combined with CAES’s long heritage of providing space-grade processors will help hardware and software professionals accelerate development in the space industry.”

IAR believes that developers working on mission-critical applications based on the NOEL-V processor will also benefit from the IAR Compiler’s optimization technology to perform better and take advantage of its comprehensive debugger.

VP & GM of CAES Space Division, Mike Elias exhibited confidence in this collaboration which, he believed, would greatly improve their product portfolios and would allow IAR and CAES to gain visibility across the space market. He said, “We look forward to seeing our NOEL-V flying on many more cutting-edge missions. The IAR support for the NOEL-V will encourage even more potential users to adopt our processor.”

In general, the partners stated, this collab will provide NOEL-V users with the flexibility of using another complete development toolchain, extending the broad toolset already provided by Gaisler.

CAES is a leading provider of advanced electronics for technologically challenging military and aerospace trusted systems. It identifies itself as the largest provider of mixed-signal and radiation-hardened technology to the US aerospace and defence industry.

Sweden-based IAR Systems was founded in 1983 and it claims to provide world-leading software and services that accelerate developer productivity in embedded development and embedded security, enabling companies worldwide to create, secure and innovate. It has 14 offices distributed across APAC, EMEA, and North America.


 

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