The ARM926EJ-S core features flexible instruction and data cache memories, tightly-coupled memory (TCM) interfaces and a memory management unit (MMU) that enhances the partitioning and security features of advanced real-time operating systems.
What does MMU stand for?
MMU stands for Memory Management Unit
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- Manned Maneuvering Unit (NASA)
- Mass Memory Unit
- Master of Music (degree; various locations)
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- Media Monitoring Unit (various locations)
- Medicare Modernization Update (US DHHS)
- Memorandum of Mutual Understanding (various locations)
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Features of the 4Kc hard core include 16K instruction and data caches, a TLB memory management unit and a die size of less than 7sq/mm when using TSMC's 0.
The ETHERCHIP/SCEC innovative architecture is unique in being the first peripheral IC to incorporate a high performance Memory Management Unit (MMU) on chip.
The ARM926EJ-S soft macrocell is a fully synthesizable, high-performance 32-bit RISC processor comprising the Jazelle technology-enhanced processor core, instruction and data caches, tightly coupled memory (TCM) interfaces, memory management unit (MMU), and separate instruction and data AMBA bus-based AHB (Advanced High-performance Bus) interfaces.
Occupying less than 100 kbytes of memory, OSE enhances reliability and availability by utilizing a processor's memory management unit to build a firewall between kernel and application processes.
Each core is equipped with a hardware memory management unit, 16 kbytes instruction cache and 32 kbytes of data cache.
ARC's XY Advanced DSP subsystem, Memory Management Unit and FPX floating point extensions are available options for each core.
In comparison, legacy real-time operating systems running on radiation-hardened computers have not taken advantage of the processor's memory management unit (MMU) at all, making the system susceptible to unforeseen interactions between software components, including memory corruptions, faults and denial of service problems.