Welcome to The Nexus 5001™ Forum
The Nexus 5001™ Forum supports the use and proliferation of the IEEE-ISTO 5001™ standard (Nexus 5001™). Spanning the semiconductor, development tools and automotive electronics industries, Nexus 5001™ Forum membership comprise industry leading silicon suppliers, tools developers, IP companies, and end users.
Nexus 5001™ is an open industry standard that provides a general-purpose interface for the software development and debug of embedded processors. The standardization of this interface benefits customers' reuse of their Nexus 5001™ compliant development tools on compliant processor architectures.
Nexus 5001 Forum Webinar: "Use of Nexus Based Software Development Tools for Powertrain ECU's"
This one-hour webinar held on October 18th yielded 138 registrants. It provided a technical overview and examples of Nexus 5001 application in the automotive domain, including discussion of features supported in typical microcontrollers, and discussion of how Nexus 5001 is used by major automotive customers.
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The Nexus Standard is an embedded processor development tool interface that helps design engineers rapidly identify software-and hardware-level problems in real time. Updated in June 2012, the Nexus 5001™ standard is the only open debugging standard in the world that addresses the emerging multi-processor debugging problems of embedded systems with a common interface. The revised standard adds support for two new interfaces – IEEE Std. 1149.7™ (JTAG) and the Nexus trace over a high-speed Xilinx® Aurora SerDes (Serializers/Deserializers) interface, delivering an array of benefits such as shortened time-to-market, for designers. For more information, visit the Nexus 5001™ Standard page.
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