Research :: Introducing TrueBench - a high resolution CPU benchmarking system
Written by: Kiran Kankipati - Published: 31-Aug-2016
TrueBench is an unique open-source benchmarking system in which the core system performance and efficiency parameters are measured at extreme
high resolution in the order of several million/billion µ-seconds for a given specific task. TrueBench is a part of The TOFFEE Project research.
With TrueBench Raspberry Pi 3, Raspberry Pi 2B, Raspberry Pi 2 and other embedded SoC devices are benchmarked and you can do a comparative
analysis with standard mainstream x86 devices.
TrueBench can be used to measure specific system performance of user-space application performance in a systems software point-of-view. With
this technique you can isolate multi-core CPU performance, multi-threading CPU performance and derive a precise conclusion about the CPU's true potential.
- evaluate CPU's current generation versus previous generation architecture
- multi-platform(x86 32-bit, x86_64, ARM, MIPS)
- light-weight Linux user-space app which restricts the choice of OS for precise measurements
- high resolution benchmarking technique
- precise combination of instructions for over a trillion iterations per test
- open-source - can be compiled for any Linux based hardware
- building low-latency high performance networking devices
- embedded/SoC cpu (platform) evaluation
- server and datacenter hardware evalation
- new product design/architecture evalation
- scientific applications (such as HPC, Super-Computers, etc)
For more details: visit TrueBench