Getting the most out of XploR for your development needs
Welcome to XploR Studio
XploR Studio - The easiest way to create and develop code for SoC designs.
XploR Studio is a flexible, configurable software environment to enhance the embedded development experience. With a comprehensive suite of tools and capabilities, XploR Studio makes it more efficient and effective for developers to discover, configure, develop, debug, and deploy commercial as well as open-source cores and related IPs on a wide range of execution platforms.
Some of of the key features of XploR Studio includes:
Flexibility and configurability: From IoT, consumer and networking devices, to high performance compute hardware and wireless infrastructure, XploR scales to meet your development needs with blueprints and add-ons from SoC.one, third-parties vendors, and open-source developers.
Platforms diversity: XploR Studio works with various blueprints consisting of cores and IP(s) from commercial vendors as well as open-source community to let developers choose the best options for their designs.
Accessibility: Access XploR Studio from either 64-bit Windows or popular Linux distribution hosts.
Baremetal readiness: For developers of IoT devices, sensors, and other embedded systems (i.e. baremetal), XploR Studio works out of the box with GNU or LLVM toolchains.
Comprehensive runtime coverage: Additional support for popular realtime operating systems such as Amazon FreeRTOS and Zephyr OS, as well as embedded Linux are also included.
Simulator enabled: XploR Studio seamlessly integrates with simulators QEMU to enable prototyping and early software development ahead of hardware.
Works with third-parties tools: XploR Studio and related blueprints are constantly evolving to integrate with additional third-parties debug tools and hardware platforms.
Whether you’re working on standalone embedded applications, popular RTOSes, or embedded Linux applications, XploR Studio has everything you need leverage open-source and commercial cores, IPs and platforms for your pre and post-silicon development needs.
Ready to get started?
Find out how you can use XploR Studio to build, debug, and deploy your first embedded application.
Getting started with XploR
XploR supported hardware
Example projects available
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