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Processor SDK 5.2 is now available for download! For migration information, see the page for the individual operating system: Linux, RTOS, or Android.
The Processor SDK (Software Development Kit) is a unified software platform for TI embedded processors providing easy setup and fast out-of-the-box access to benchmarks and demos. All releases of Processor SDK are consistent across TI’s broad portfolio, allowing developers to seamlessly reuse and develop software across devices. Developing scalable platform solutions has never been easier than with the Processor SDK and TI’s embedded processor solutions.
To simplify the end user experience, the software installers are customized for the hardware platform and the operating system – Linux, RT-Linux, RTOS, or Android. In the table below, you can find a direct link to a download page for your platform and operating system:
General Purpose (GP) Device
High Secure (HS) Device
Linux Release Highlights:
DDR @ 1666 MT/s
IPC: Support IPC between A53 running Linux with R5F running in split mode
Driver and API to access AM654x internal temp sensors
Add ARMNN and ARM Compute Library
Early Access: DisplayPort driver for TC358867 DPI-DP bridge
IPSec sideband support
Kernel: OSPI Performance Improvement w/ DMA mode
Rotary Encoder support
Support SPI Flash as mtd device
PCIe Gen3 RC and EP mode support
Support Docker containerization
Integrate OPCUA open source stack (Open65241)
Add Tiny Filesystem to support on board flashing of eMMC and QSPI from an initramfs
EMAC: Multicast, VLAN and Storm prevention feature
EMAC: PTP Support for SAN mode
HSR: Add support of PTP 1-step to 2-step conversion on ingress
HSR: PTP OC Master or Slave (with redundancy)
PRP: PTP OC Master or Slave (with redundancy)
TI Deep Learning (TIDL)
Arm NN system level demo
Publish TIDL import tool source files
Add IWR6843 (60GHz) support to the TI design TIDEP-01006
Additional information in Linux Release Notes
RTOS Release Highlights:
Updated ICSS-G Dual EMAC firmware and EMAC driver to support PTP slave and Dynamic configuration interface support between firmware and driver
Board Diagnostic test cases extension to R5F core and support for ICSS-G interposer card
SBL enhancements for reduced size (SYSFW binary being exposed as separate binary for reduced boot time)
Uniflash flash writer support for OSPI with writer being loaded from CCS/JTAG
OSPI driver update to support higher 133Mhz/166Mhz support
Features not (yet) supported: USB 3.0, MPU TI-RTOS SMP Support, CTOOLSLIB
PRU-ICSS eSPI Firmware
Support for eSPI protocol offload for AM335x and AM437x SOC
SBL eMMC boot support
USB device MSC example with eMMC exposed as storage. Example allows eMMC exposed as mass storage drive on USB host with option to format using host utilities
FATFS module multi-partition support extension across all supported SOC targets
Updated Performance Audio Framework, verified for Dolby ATMOS for AVRs V1.3 silicon certification tests
Additional information in RTOS Release Notes
Android Release Highlights
Add PRU-Ethernet Support
SGX Accelerated UI with DRM/KMS
Android Treble Support
Full CTS/VTS Execution
Additional information in Android Release Notes
The Processor SDK is free, and does not require any run-time royalties to Texas Instruments.
For more information on the software and getting started, see the online Developer’s Guide:
RTOS Software Developer’s Guide
Android Software Developer’s Guide
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