Calypto Delivers Bus Interface Libraries to Easily Connect High Level Synthesis Models to ARM Platform
February 27, 2012 -- Calypto Design Systems, Inc. today announced bus interface libraries that connect hardware subsystems implemented with Calypto's high-level-synthesis product (HLS), Catapult Synthesis, with AMBA AXI bus interfaces. The libraries include master and slave interfaces with both TLM and HLS views, which allows easy interplay between a TLM 2.0 platform and HLS implementation flow without degrading simulation performance or hardware quality. The highly parameterizable AXI interface supports a wide range of configurations including burst modes, bus width and auxiliary control signals.
"The AXI interfaces are the first in a series of libraries in development at Calypto that will make Catapult C more readily available to mainstream designers," said Shawn McCloud, Vice President of Marketing at Calypto. "They are written entirely in SystemC and tuned through the Catapult C synthesis tool. These interfaces are a great example of the benefits of mixing cycle-accurate SystemC for control with abstract SystemC/C++ to implement a hardware subsystem."
The AXI interface library is tuned so the resulting hardware is optimized for the user's specific performance requirements, configuration mode and target technology.
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