Purpose of BenchmarkThe goal of its members is to make EEMBC® benchmarks an industry standard for evaluating the capabilities of embedded microprocessors, compilers, and Java implementations according to objective, clearly defined, application-based criteria.
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The EEMBC was first proposed in March 1997. Targeting what type of systems?
- Digital Entertainment
- Mobile Java
- Network Storage
- Office Automation
Number of Benchmarks
- AutoBench™ 1.1 (Automotive/Industrial)
- ConsumerBench™ 1.1 (Digital Imaging)
- DENBench™ 1.0 (Digital Entertainment)
- GrinderBench™ 1.0 (Mobile Java)
- NetBench™ 1.1 (Networking)
- NetBench™ 2.0 (Networking)
- OABench™ 1.1 (Office Automation)
- TeleBench™ 1.1 (Telecommunications)
- EnergyBench™ 1.0 (Power/Energy)