Architecture Envelope Models (AEM) FVPs

 

Armv8-A Foundation AEM FVP


The Foundation Model is a free of charge Armv8-A Fixed Virtual Platform with a simple peripheral set. The Foundation Model is ideal for Linux application development.

Supports the Arm architecture through v8.7 and selected Future Architecture Technologies. See the Fast Models Reference Manual for more information.

Armv-A Base RevC AEM FVP


The AEMv-A Base Platform FVP is a free of charge Fixed Virtual Platform of the latest Arm v8-A architecture features.

For a configurable architecture model, the Armv-A or Armv8-M Architecture Envelope Models are available for purchase.

Supports the Arm architecture through v8.7 and selected Future Architecture Technologies. See the Fast Models Reference Manual for more information.

Armv-A Compliance AEM FVP


The reference model used with the Arm Architecture Compliance Kit (ACK) for demonstrating compliance to the Arm architecture specification.

The AEM FVP enables the ACK tests to be run out of the box to confirm your test environment is properly established.

Generate an Architectural Trace on a test execution and then compare execution of the same test on the Architecture Envelope Model (AEM).

Supports the Arm architecture through v8.7 and selected Future Architecture Technologies. See the Fast Models Reference Manual for more information.

Armv8-R AEM FVP


The Armv8-R AEM FVP is a free of charge Armv8-R Fixed Virtual Platform. It supports the latest Armv8-R feature set.

With this FVP you can target AArch32 or AArch64, RAS, VFP, EL2 and many other Armv8-R architecture features. See the Fast Models Reference Manual for more information.

Open source software supporting the Armv8-R AEM FVP can be found here.

Didn’t find the FVP you were looking for? 

A selection of free-of-charge platform FVPs can be found on the Arm Ecosystem FVP page.

Need a configurable platform?

FVPs work great as fixed platform examples. If you need to modify the platform configuration, then you can use the Architecture Envelope Model (AEM) examples within Fast Models as a reference design.