SGI-575 Platform


SGI (System Guidance for Infrastructure) is a collection of resources to provide a representative view of typical compute subsystems that can be designed and implemented using specific generations of Arm IP. SGI-575 in particular is based on the following hardware configuration.

  • 8x Cortex-A75 with private L2 Cache

  • DynamIQ with L3 Cache options

  • System Level Cache options

  • Up to 2x DDR4-3200 (DMC-620)

  • Arm Cortex-M7 for System Control Processor (SCP) and Manageability Control Processor (MCP)

The components integrated into this stack are described in Software Stack section.

Supported Features

SGI-575 platform software stack supports the following features.

Follow the links above for detailed information about the build and execute steps for each of the supported features.

Obtaining the FVP

The latest version of the SGI-575 fixed virtual platform (FVP) can be downloaded from the Arm Ecosystem FVPs page. On this page, navigate to “Neoverse Infrastructure FVPs” section to download the SGI-575 platform FVP installer.

Follow the instructions of the installer and setup the FVP. The installer, by default, selects the home directory to install the FVP. To opt for different directory than the one selected by the installer, provide an absolute path to that directory when prompted for during the FVP installation process.

Release Tags

Table below lists the release tags for the SGI-575 platform software stack and the corresponding SGI-575 FVP version that is recommended to be used along with the listed release tag. The summary of the changes introduced and tests validated in each release is listed in the release note, the link to which is in the ‘Release Tag’ column in the table below.

Release Tag

SGI-575 FVP Version