Our Services

Embecosm works with you to select the best tools to support your hardware’s intended application. The architectures we currently develop for range from the smallest deeply embedded processors to the largest high-performance computing systems including RISC-V and Arm processors.

Toolchain Porting

Compiler Tool Chain Development

Embecosm are able to provide new and upgraded ports of binutils, GCC, GDB, GNU libraries, LLVM, LLDB, LLVM utilities and LLVM libraries, whether for the smallest deeply embedded processor, or the largest supercomputer cluster.

Hardware Modeling

Hardware Modeling

Embecosm has extensive experience in all aspects of software modeling of hardware, from the creation of high-level transaction level models (TLM) through to fully cycle accurate simulations.

Open Source Support

Open Source Tool Support

Embecosm provide a low risk route to adopting open source technology through tailored support packages for compiler toolchain ports and a wide range of open source EDA tools.

Machine Learning Optimisation

Machine Learning Optimization

Embecosm's MAGEEC is the first commercially robust implementation of a machine learning system and is available for both GCC and LLVM compilers.



Embecosm are the first company to offer superoptimization for commercial applications. This is a practical technology that can deliver a step change in performance and code size for your key algorithms and libraries.

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Optimization for Energy Efficiency

Embecosm offers the first compilers and compiler optimizations that can optimize for energy. The technology combines Embecosm's MAGEEC machine learning framework for GCC and LLVM with optimizations specifically aimed at improving energy efficiency.

Compiler Security

Compilation for Security

Embecosm is developing standard extensions to GCC and LLVM, which detect common security flaws in code and provide features to make writing secure code easier. Embecosm also has experience in adding compiler extensions to take advantage of hardware security features automatically.


Embedded Operating Systems

Embecosm are able to provide a wide range of Embedded Operating Systems, whether for a resource limited 8-bit devices to fully featured 64-bit systems.

Upcoming Events

15-18 May 2019

BSDCAN – Ottowa, Canada

Paolo Savini will be attending this event. Please get in contact with us if you would like to meet with Paolo during this event. For more information, including the schedule of the event, take a look at their website.

30 May 2019

Design Secuirty by Design – Industrial Strategy Scoping Workshop – London, UK

Jeremy Bennett will be attending this event. Please get in contact with us if you would like to meet with either Jeremy during this event. For more information about this event please take a look at their eventbrite page.

11-14 June 2019

Week of Open Source Hardware including the RISC-V Workshop Zurich – Zurich, Switzerland

Jeremy Bennett, Ian Loveless, Simon Cook, Mark Corbin, Graham Markall, Mary Bennett and Sarah Cook will be attending this week long event. Jeremy and Mark will be presenting a joint talk, and Mary will be presenting a poster at the RISC-V Workshop. For more information, including the schedule of the events, take a look at the RISC-V Workshop website or the WOSH website. If you would like to meet with any of our team during this event, please email us at info@embecosm.com or use our contact form.

If you would like to meet with us at any of the events, please contact us through our contact form.

For enquires call us on +44 1590 610184,
email info@embecosm.com

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