Systems & Design

Introducing An Embedded Multicore Framework For Advanced AMP Architectures

A look at different architectures, and supervised/unsupervised AMP applications.


Heterogeneous multicore systems, that combine two or more microprocessors, are quickly becoming the de-facto architecture in the embedded industry. The asynchronous multiprocessing (AMP) software architecture enables designers to leverage the compute bandwidth provided by these heterogeneous processors. The best way to fully realize the potential of an AMP architecture is to implement it within a structured, multicore framework.

This white paper explains the benefits of AMP architectures in a multicore framework including: an overview of AMP software architectures, a discussion of structured multicore frameworks and the difference between supervised and unsupervised AMP applications. To read more, click here.

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