13 March 2012 World’s fastest simulation technology? Fujitsu Laboratories claims to have developed the world's fastest simulation technology for systems using the ARM computing core. According to Fujitsu, the technology is able to faithfully reproduce hardware operations with cycle for cycle real time accuracy. The platform has been designed to address the increasing complexity of systems using the ARM core and the need to create a simulation technology that runs faster and with better fidelity to the hardware. Fujitsu has developed a platform for running simulations that allows for cycle level simulations with low system overhead, based on a just in time compiler. This results in a standard pc environment that can simulate at the cycle level an ARM multicore system running at faster than 100MHz. According to Fujitsu, this represents a hundredfold speedup over previous simulators. According to Fujitsu, the technology will help to shorten the development cycle for systems and devices using ARM cores and encourage the development of a greater diversity of ARM based systems. To support the development of a wider range of systems using ARM cores, Fujitsu Laboratories plans to continue work developing faster and more accurate simulation technology and to expand the range of ARM core types that can be used. Author Chris Shaw Comment on this article Websites http://jp.fujitsu.com/group/labs/en/ Companies Fujitsu Laboratories of Europe Ltd This material is protected by Findlay Media copyright See Terms and Conditions. One-off usage is permitted but bulk copying is not. For multiple copies contact the sales team. Enjoy this story? People who read this article also read... NIDays 2013 NIDays is a technical conference designed specifically for ... Read Article Southern Manufacturing This year, Southern Manufacturing and Electronics is set to be ... Read Article Remotely access up to 16 ... Lantronix is set to launch its latest evolution device/terminal ... Read Article Microcontrollers deliver ... Microchip has launched what it describes as the 'world's lowest ... Read Article What you think about this article: Add your comments Name Email Comments Your comments/feedback may be edited prior to publishing. Not all entries will be published. Please view our Terms and Conditions before leaving a comment.