Kobus Marneweck, Senior Product Manager, Embedded, Arm & Adam Fuks, Dir. of Hardware/Software Architecture, NXP
Armv8-M extends Arm Cortex-M architecture to support co-processor extensions, enabling powerful specialization possibilities, which bring even wider applicability for Cortex-M cores. The combination of Arm’s ecosystem, coupled with the possibility of application-optimized hardware, raises the bar on what is possible.
Join us for this session where we’ll present the new DSP co-processor offered by NXP’s new Cortex-M33 based MCU series. It utilizes the co-processor interface available in Armv8-M processors and demonstrates how the combination of this interface, along with Arm software libraries (e.g. CMSIS-DSP) and the Arm ecosystem, can provide a more capable processing unit for DSP tasks.
Join this webinar with Arm and NXP to learn:
•An introduction to the latest MCU family from NXP, which supports co-processor extensions.
•How to implement DSP tasks using the co-processor interface
•How to utilize the Arm software libraries and Arm ecosystem to deliver signal processing tasks.
This webinar is part of technical webinar series exploring the key highlights of the LPC5500 series range, the advantages that the Armv8-M architecture brings and key tips for software development.