The most important addition to the offering is Timesys LinuxLink as the configuration and build engine of the platform, according to a release.
The companies note that the ELPB-NE is a full featured Linux development environment for NetLogic Microsystems’multi-core, multi-threaded processors.
Included in the product is an Eclipse-based framework that offers a C/C++ development tool and GDB source level debugging tools.
Timesys LinuxLink is a popular and time tested (more than a decade) environment that has benefitted hundreds of customers. It is utilized for easy configuration and build of the embedded Linux root file system.
An integrated pre-built SDK optimized for NetLogic Microsystems’ XLP, XLR and XLS processors, rounds out the package.
“We are pleased to offer this enhanced development toolset for NetLogic Microsystems’ multi-core, multi-threaded processors, said Marcus Hjortsberg, vice president of marketing at Enea. “The addition of Timesys LinuxLink demonstrates the value and scope of the strategic agreement we have recently entered into. We expect that there will be much more platform collaboration between our companies and this collaboration will continue to make software development easier and quicker for our customers.”