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Green Hills Software Boosts Integrity Multivisor Support to Texas Instruments' 'Jacinto 6' Automotive Processor

June 9, 2014

Green Hills Software supports Integrity Multivisor virtualization technology, software development and run-time solutions for Texas Instruments' latest automotive SoC (system-on-chip), the DRA72x 'Jacinto 6 Eco' processor.

According to a release from the Company, it offers a solution to this single core ARM Cortex-A15 architecture, including Integrity Multivisor virtualization technology, the Integrity safety- certified separation kernel, MULTI multicore debugger, a rich suite of middleware and the Green Hills family of JTAG probes.

The newest member of the 'Jacinto 6' platform, the DRA72x SoC delivers feature-rich, in-vehicle infotainment and telematics features to the next generation of entry- to mid-level cars.

"Green Hills Integrity solutions for the TI 'Jacinto 6 Eco' DRA72x processor naturally illustrates the platform's scalability achieved across the entire 'Jacinto 6' family," said Matt Watson, product manager, Infotainment Processors at Texas Instruments. "We're pleased to see our technology partner Green Hills continue to innovate on TI platforms and to enable our customers to both widen their feature sets and accelerate their time-to-market."

"Green Hills is excited to extend our support to the newest of the highly scalable 'Jacinto 6' SoC family," said Dan Mender, vice president of business development at Green Hills Software. "When combined with Green Hills Software solutions, the new DRA72x processor provides manufacturers a way to seamlessly scale their product investments while delivering a diverse portfolio of platforms with configurable software and hardware compatibility based on the broadest array of ARM Cortex-A15 devices."

Green Hills Software is a software vendor for the Internet of Things.

More information and complete details:

www.ghs.com

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