The GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) is an open source and free toolchain, enabling straightforward development on the Arm architecture.

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The GNU toolchain is enabled with the latest Arm architecture and CPU feature support to give the best performance with a frictionless development experience on Arm. It is available as both a cross-toolchain for the embedded use-case and as a native toolchain in Linux distribution for server-class applications. Arm is committed to maintaining the quality of the GNU toolchain to create a world-class optimizing compiler targeting Arm.


Open source and free

GNU toolchain users have the freedom to do what they wish with their software. It is free of charge and free from restriction to use. In practice, this means that users are free to run programs for any purpose, study how programs work and change them, redistribute copies, and redistribute modified versions.

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Hardware compatible

The latest Arm hardware and architectural features are enabled in the GNU toolchain even before hardware availability. That enables code exploration before hardware launch, and starting software development instantly once new hardware has become available.

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Optimized for performance

The GNU toolchain for Arm Linux is optimized for performance on the Arm Cortex-A and Arm Neoverse CPU families. Powering more and more servers, Arm cores already run extremely efficiently. Leveraging GCC optimizations can significantly improve the performance of your custom user-space software.

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Not answered Apply Low pass filter using CMSIS 0 votes 40 views 0 replies Started 14 hours ago by Anu123 Answer this
Not answered Arm64 Long Format Translation Table Walk
  • Memory Management Unit (MMU)
  • Arm64
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Answered Where can I find more information regarding CI/CD support for AArch64? 0 votes 458 views 5 replies Latest 4 days ago by Eric Van Hensbergen Answer this
Answered Is there documentation somewhere to help folks develop their own UEFI/EBBR/SBBR to get rid of U-Boot?
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Server Base Boot Requirements (SBBR)
  • AArch64
  • U-Boot
  • UEFI
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Suggested answer Using Geppetto Design Tools for Infrastructure Solutions
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  • System Design
  • Edge Computing
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
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Suggested answer Are there any standard boot protocols for Edge and IoT devices? 0 votes 155 views 1 replies Latest 6 days ago by fixxxer Answer this
Not answered Apply Low pass filter using CMSIS Started 14 hours ago by Anu123 0 replies 40 views
Not answered Arm64 Long Format Translation Table Walk Started 2 days ago by angeld 0 replies 85 views
Answered Where can I find more information regarding CI/CD support for AArch64? Latest 4 days ago by Eric Van Hensbergen 5 replies 458 views
Answered Is there documentation somewhere to help folks develop their own UEFI/EBBR/SBBR to get rid of U-Boot? Latest 4 days ago by poddingue 2 replies 225 views
Suggested answer Using Geppetto Design Tools for Infrastructure Solutions Latest 6 days ago by fixxxer 1 replies 256 views
Suggested answer Are there any standard boot protocols for Edge and IoT devices? Latest 6 days ago by fixxxer 1 replies 155 views