Corstone reference designs

Integrate subsystems into your System on Chip

To speed up your System on Chip (SoC) design, Arm provides several subsystems to help reduce the complexity and risk of SoC design.

Corstone SSE subsystems are available as part of the relevant Corstone package. Explore the Corstone subsystems available for your SoC design:

  Corstone SSE-050
Corstone SSE-123
Corstone SSE-200
Corstone SSE-700
Application
Constrained
Constrained
Mainstream
Rich
Developed for
Cortex-M3
Cortex-M23
Cortex-M33
Cortex-A32 and Cortex-M
TrustZone
  Yes
Yes  Yes 
Security IP
    Yes
Yes 
Firewalls
      Yes
 

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