Wind River Expands Support for Freescale’s PowerQUICC Processors
- Additional product support added for leading PowerQUICC II™ Pro and PowerQUICC III processors
- Long-standing partnership with Freescale enables faster device software development
“By expanding Freescale processor support for the Wind River Workbench and Wind River’s visionCLICK, Wind River continues to provide customers with the broadest support for VxWorks and Linux-based PowerQUICC devices,” said Rob McCammon, director of tools marketing for Wind River. “Our relationship with Freescale provides us early access to the latest silicon, enabling Wind River to offer end-to-end support for our customers developing next generation devices.”
Wind River Workbench offers a complete integrated development environment that supports cross-platform development across multiple operating systems, including VxWorks, Linux and in-house proprietary OSes. Wind River visionCLICK is the industry’s most feature-rich and proven debugger. When used in conjunction with Freescale’s PowerQUICC products, including PowerQUICC II Pro and PowerQUICC III processors, customers have a robust foundation for their device software strategy, enabling them to get products to market faster.
“Freescale’s PowerQUICC communications processors deliver exceptional integration and performance, providing our customers with a solid foundation for successful system designs worldwide,” said Lynelle McKay, vice president at Freescale and general manager of Freescale’s Networking and Communications Systems Division. “Through our relationship with Wind River, developers can enjoy a comprehensive development platform that can help them develop and run device software better, faster, at lower cost and more reliably.”
Expanded Processor Support Includes:
Wind River Workbench
Support for Linux 2.4 kernels on: All PowerQUICC III processors; All PowerQUICC II processors
MPC8540/41/55/60 PowerQUICC III processors
MPC82XX PowerQUICC II processors
MPC8xx PowerQUICC I Processors
Linux debug support for MPC85xx and MPC82xx
Linux BSPs for SBC8540/60, SBC74x7, and SBCPowerQUICC II development boards
Additional Wind River Support
Expanded MPC74XX PowerPC processors for Linux
PowerQUICC II Pro processors – Wind River is working closely with Freescale during early design stages and plans tools support available at time of this silicon release. Wind River is also planning an MPC83XX PowerQUICC II Pro development board
Wind River’s IPSec software supports hardware crypto offload for the following Freescale processors:
o MPC8272 PowerQUICC II processor
o MPC190 security co-processor
o MPC184 security co-processor
o MPC185 security co-processor
o MPC180 security co-processor
To learn more about Wind River visionCLICK visit: http://www.windriver.com/products/development_tools/debuggers_emulators
To learn more about the Wind River Workbench, visit: http://www.windriver.com/announces/workbench/
About Wind River
Wind River is the market leader in device software optimization. Wind River enables companies to develop and run software faster, better, at a lower cost and more reliably. Wind River Platforms tightly integrate a rich set of market-leading operating systems, development tools and middleware with services to provide a complete foundation that meets the specific requirements of a vertical market. Wind River’s products and professional services are used in multiple markets including aerospace and defense, automotive, digital consumer, industrial, and network infrastructure. Companies from around the world turn to Wind River to create the most reliable products and to accelerate their time to market.
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