MIPS ports open source RTOS to ISA

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Users can choose from a rich set of supported peripherals, network stacks and file systems, and can become productive quickly with the full Eclipse-based development environment that packages the RTOS.

Since the eCosPro Developer’s Kits for MIPS cores were built and tested using standard MIPS reference designs, the companies state that engineers can start building applications within a few minutes.

The M14K and M14Kc cores are the first MIPS32-compatible cores that also execute the new microMIPS ISA, achieving a performance of 1.5 DMIPS/MHz with an advanced level of code compression. On these cores, the microMIPS ISA maintains 98% of MIPS32 performance while reducing code size by up to 35%.


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