CoreLink CCI-550

The Arm CoreLink CCI-550 Cache Coherent Interconnect

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The Arm CoreLink CCI-550 Cache Coherent Interconnect expands on the successful CoreLink CCI-500.  It provides full cache coherency between big.LITTLE processor clusters and provides I/O coherency for other agents such as Mali GPU, network interfaces or accelerators. CoreLink CCI-550 offers a scalable and configurable interconnect which enables SoC designers to meet the performance goals with the smallest possible area and power and also adds a snoop filter which lowers overall system latency.


Specifications

 Features Details
 AMBA AMBA 4 ACE
 ACE Slave interfaces 1-6 for fully coherent processors including Arm Cortex and Mali GPU
 Memory and System master interfaces 1-6 memory interfaces
1-3 system interfaces
 Coherency and snoop filter Integrated snoop filter maintains directory of 
processor cache contents, reduces CPU snoops and reduces system power
 Memory map 32-48 bit physical address width, configurable address map
40, 44, or 48-bit DVM

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Suggested answer What should be the behavior of an AHB5 slave when HNONSEC=0? Latest 2 days ago by Christopher Tory 1 replies 985 views
Suggested answer ACE Snoop transactions from Master and Interconnect Latest 2 days ago by Christopher Tory 1 replies 730 views
Suggested answer ACE Protocol: Why AC Snoop channel dont have ID,just like AR/AW channel?the meaning of deleted ID is what ? Latest 2 days ago by Christopher Tory 3 replies 416 views
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