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This EEMBC benchmark will run on small, relatively inexpensive systems and be able to accurately extrapolate the results to larger deployments, an important differentiator from typical workload benchmarks that require full-blown systems.
ULPBench consolidates a series of tests that EEMBC will roll out over time, accounting for a broad range of microcontroller functions and power efficiency.
The current project builds on AutoBench, EEMBC's first-generation automotive benchmark suite, which measures the required processing power for CPUs to complete specific algorithms.
The first EEMBC benchmark examined with CodeSonar is the upcoming FPMark[TM], a comprehensive suite of Floating-Point (FP) benchmarks designed to provide a standardized, industry-wide accepted measure for floating-point performance.
EEMBC benchmarks help predict the performance of embedded processors and systems in a range of applications and disciplines.
The EEMBC working group that produced this new benchmark was expertly chaired by Mansoor Chishtie, Chief Technologist of Web Technologies at Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI).
"The out of the box scores are a good test of compiler performance," stated Markus Levy, EEMBC president.
IAR Systems[R] announced that benchmarks presented by the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC[R]) show that the Renesas Electronics RX600 series of microcontrollers (MCU) together with the IAR Embedded Workbench[R] development tool suite provides faster performing code than ever before, achieving a score of 3.12 CoreMarks/MHz on the industry-standard EEMBC CoreMark[R] benchmark.
Tensilica, Inc., a provider of configurable and extensible processors, recently announced that the Xtensa V processor core has posted the highest scores ever recorded for a licensable processor core on four key benchmark suites performed by the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC): Consumer, Telecom, Office Automation and Networking.
CoreMark is an industry-standard benchmark designed by EEMBC, the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium, specifically to test the functionality of a processor core and compare overall core processing capabilities across devices.