Zarlink employed Archelon to develop a suite of C-based software development tools for a proprietary DSP.SMSC
For a number of years, SMSC has been using Archelon to develop and maintain C compilers, assemblers, and linkers for a family of proprietary microcontrollers.
Catena used Archelon to create an assembler with C-like syntax for a proprietary microprocessor.
3dsp used Archelon's quick start retargeting service to obtain a C compiler, optimizing assembler, and related tools for their family of 32 bit DSPs, which feature a super-scalar implementation, along with some SIMD-style instructions.
Archelon developed the C compiler and assembler for a very nicely designed 16 bit microcontroller architected by Mike Aronson of endpoints.
Archelon has implemented the C compiler, optimizing assembler, simulator, and debugger for the Oxford Ax36 line of highly parallel Image and Video Digital Signal Processors. The A436 is an extremely cost-effective single-instruction, multiple data (SIMD) design which includes one scalar processor and 32 parallel processors on one chip. The C compiler for this SIMD architecture exmplifies Archelon's approach to SIMD machines, which gives you full control over programming the machine in C by allowing you to explicitly declare and use parallel data types.
Archelon implemented several sets of assembler lebel software tools (assembler and linker) and one C compiler for many of of AMI Semiconductor's ultra-low power DSP-based audio processing systems, designed for digital hearing aids, wireless headsets, and other portable, battery-powered devices.
Archelon has written a C compiler and assembler for the Clarkspur CD2450 DSP core and a C compiler for the Clarkspur CD2458 DSP core.
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