MIPS recently partnered with Marmalade, the cross-platform tool provider, to provide new Marmalade Software Development Kit (SDK) 6.1 to the developers. According to the company, this offers complete support for the MIPS architecture.
The MIPS architecture is widely supported processor architecture, and it offers a vast infrastructure of industry-standard tools, software and services. These offerings assist quick, dependable and inexpensive SoC design.
The company offers numerous cost advantages to semiconductor companies, ASIC developers and system OEMs all over the world.
Various well-known Android games, including Coconut Dodge, Rolly Poly and Tonga, are now available for MIPS-Based Android devices via Google (News - Alert) Play.
The system was created with the help of the SDK.
“The Marmalade SDK 6.1 with MIPS support has the potential to expand the ever-growing mobile ecosystem for MIPS, and we are already seeing the results with popular games now available for MIPS-Based devices on Google Play," said Gideon Intrater, vice president of marketing, MIPS Technologies (News - Alert). "Given the quality and quantity of developers that use Marmalade, we look forward to seeing more great content become available for MIPS-based devices in the coming months.”
In 2008, the company announced that its synthesizable MIPS32 24Ec processor core is enabling Ralink’s RT3052 and RT3050 802.11n Single Chip Access Point (News - Alert)/router SoCs. To process state-of-the-art applications consisting of broadband routing, Ethernet to Wi-Fi bridges, VoIP, online gaming and home entertainment, the 24Ec core is created to facilitate the RT3052 and RT3050.
Edited by Braden Becker