announced support of TI c66x device architectures as part of their PRISM product
offering. PRISM is an Eclipse-based multicore analysis and exploration tool
intended to enable developers to evaluate parallelization strategies of their
existing application software. With PRISM users can take their existing serial
application software and explore how to migrate and best capitalize on TI
multicore architectures without any upfront code changes. It is as easy as
taking your existing software running today on a single processor, compiling and
running in the standard TI simulator, capturing simulator traces, and importing
into PRISM. PRISM can then be used to determine the best path to start
implementing the application for TI multicore devices including identifying
potential data dependencies only visible when parallelizing software execution
on multiple processors. The power of the tools lie in their ability to allow
rapid prototyping of various parallelization strategies prior to implementation
of software changes.
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