We are exploring adoption of Cortex-R82 for our new products. Is Cortex-R82 model available in the latest Fast Models release? I don't see it in the CPU list in this page: Fast Models – Arm Developer. If not, when can it be available?
The Cortex-R82 Fast Model is still at beta state. The final model will be available toward the end of this year. If you would like to discuss trialling the beta model, send an email to email@example.com and explain your use case. That will help us determine whether the current beta is suitable for what you need.
In the Fast Model Reference manual coming with v11.16, I found this model: AEMv8RMPCT CPU. Can I use it to simulate R82?
The document has a comparison between AEMv8RMPCT model and Cortex R82 model, but I cannot find R82 model in the fast model portfolio. Is there going to be a dedicated R82 model?
There is a beta Fast Model for the Cortex-R82r0 (no MMU) but it is only distributed on demand currently. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like access. The Cortex-R82r1 Fast Model has been delayed and won’t be available until sometime in 2022. The AEMv8RMPCT is a model of the v8-R architecture, for which Cortex-R82r0 and r1 are members, so yes, you can develop R82 compliant software using the architecture model. The AEMv8RMPCT model does include the MMU. I recommend getting in touch with our Support team (email@example.com) if you are interested in using the AEMv8RMPCT model in place of Cortex-R82 CPU model in the near-term.