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Processor SDK 6.0 Released (AM65x, AM57x, AM437x, AM335x, AMIC1x, K2x, C66x, C674x, OMAP-L13x)

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Processor SDK 6.0 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:

Platform
Family

General Purpose (GP) Device

High Secure (HS) Device

Linux

RT-Linux

RTOS

Android

Linux HS

RT-Linux HS

RTOS HS

AM335x

download

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mySecure download

 

 

AM437x

download

download

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mySecure download

 

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AM57x

download

download

download

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mySecure download

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AM65x

download

download

download

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mySecure download

 

mySecure download

AMIC110

 

 

download

 

 

 

 

AMIC120

 

 

download

 

 

 

 

K2E

download

download

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mySecure download

 

 

K2G

download

download

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mySecure download

 

mySecure download

K2H/K

download

download

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mySecure download

 

 

K2L

download

download

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mySecure download

 

 

C665x

n/a

n/a

download

 

n/a

n/a

 

C667x

n/a

n/a

download

 

n/a

n/a

 

C6747/45/43

n/a

n/a

download

 

n/a

n/a

 

C6748/46/42

n/a

n/a

download

 

n/a

n/a

 

OMAP-L137

 

 

download

 

 

 

 

OMAP-L138

download

 

download

 

 

 

 

 

 Linux Release Highlights:

  • 2019 LTS Update: First release in 2019 LTS (Kernel 4.19, U-boot: 2019.01, gcc: 8.3 2019.03 hf, Yocto 2.6 (thud). For more details, see the Migration Guide.
  • HSR/PRP/EMAC/PTP
    • Boundary clock with all 3 legs or 5 legs on AM57xx, with redundancy (HSR/PRP)
      • 3 legs: 1xCPSW and 1x per PRU-ICSS (HSR/PRP/EMAC running on 2x PRU-ICSS)
      • 5 legs: 1xCPSW and 2x per PRU-ICSS (Dual-EMAC on 2xPRU-ICSS)
    • Upgraded linuxptp to v2.0
    • Driver enhancements to deliver packets across two ports in-order to the host
    • AM335x: Support PTP 1588 in DAN mode
  • Analytics
    • Upgrade ARMNN to latest available version (2019.05)
    • Remove restriction of number of nodes for inner product layer in TIDL Library
    • Predictive Maintenance (PdM) demo on AM57x - using data from AM437x single-chip motor control
  • AM65x
    • U-boot: support networking over ICSS-G
    • U-boot: USB hub and USB mass storage
    • Watchdog support
    • DisplayPort driver enhancements for TC358867 DPI-DP bridge
    • AVS Class 0 support
  • Additional information in Linux Release Notes

 

RTOS Release Highlights:

  • General
    • PDK Drivers- SMP mode support with examples for A15/A53 cores (supported for AM57x and AM65x SOCs)
    • Build time optimization through parallel make: make (-j) (supported for AM3/4/5/6 and OMAPL13x SOCs)
  • AM65x
    • Serdes diagnostic application
    • PCIE QoS example
  • AM57x
    • CSL-FL example for GPMC
  • Additional information in RTOS Release Notes

 

Android Release Highlights

  • This is first “P-Pastry” based release of Processor SDK Android, based on 2019 LTS (Kernel 4.19)
  • 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 for each operating system:

 

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