ARM Cortex M23 & M33 Now Supported By GCC
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 5 November 2016 at 08:50 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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Landing in the GNU Compiler Collection development code yesterday for next year's GCC 7 release is support for some new ARM processor targets.

The Cortex-M23 is now formally supported by the latest development code. Similarly, the Cortex-M33 is now also supported.

These new additions to the Cortex M family are slated for IoT and embedded designs. These ARM8-M designs provide TrustZone support, the M23 is a two-stage pipelined design, and is compatible with other Cortex M designs. The M33 is advertised as "the most configurable" of Cortex-M processors and offers a lot of other potential capabilities over the M23. Curious about these ARM processors? Learn more at ARM.com.
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