Next Generation AEMB Development

A new AEMB core is in the works. It will feature a radical departure from the present compatible architecture, while maintaining software compatibility. It has twice the clock rate of the present core and can execute two hardware threads. There are also other improvements made to the core. Initial results have been extremely promising, delivering a doubling in code performance. After the development of the AEMB 7.11 got wrapped up, there were many ideas floating around, on things to improve. Read more…

AEMB 7.11 Released

This release marks a major mile-stone in the AEMB project. It is 99.9% EDK3.2 software compatible with the addition of get/put, barrel-shift and multiply instructions. It has stable interrupt support for working with external I/O devices. Also, it features a major rewrite of the core to fix all the previous bugs found. This release marks a major mile-stone in the AEMB project. It is 99.9% EDK3.2 software compatible with the addition of get/put, barrel-shift and multiply instructions. It has stable Read more…