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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/6] arm64: Add support for Amlogic SM1 SoC Family
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Neil Armstrong <narmstrong@baylibre.com> writes:

> The new Amlogic SM1 SoC Family is a derivative of the Amlogic G12A
> SoC Family, with the following changes :
> - Cortex-A55 cores instead of A53
> - more power domains, including USB & PCIe
> - a neural network co-processor (NNA)
> - a CSI input and image processor
> - some changes in the audio complex, thus not yet enabled
> - new clocks, for NNA, CSI and a clock tree for each CPU Core
>
> This serie does not add support for NNA, CSI, Audio, USB, Display
> or DVFS, it only aligns with the current G12A Support.
>
> With this serie, the SEI610 Board has supported :
> - Default-boot CPU frequency
> - Ethernet
> - LEDs
> - IR
> - GPIO Buttons
> - eMMC
> - SDCard
> - SDIO WiFi
> - UART Bluetooth
>
> Audio (HDMI, Embedded HP, MIcs), USB, HDMI, IR Output, & RGB Led
> would be supported in following patchsets.
>
> Dependencies:
> - g12-common.dtsi from the DVFS patchset at [1]
>
> Changes from rfc at [2]:
> - Removed Power domain patches & display/USB support, will resend separately
> - Removed applied AO-CEC patches
> - Fixed clk-measure IDs
> - Collected reviewed-by tags
>
> [1] https://patchwork.kernel.org/cover/11025309/
> [2] https://patchwork.kernel.org/cover/11025511/

Series queued for v5.4...
> Neil Armstrong (6):
> soc: amlogic: meson-gx-socinfo: Add SM1 and S905X3 IDs
> dt-bindings: soc: amlogic: clk-measure: Add SM1 compatible
> soc: amlogic: clk-measure: Add support for SM1

... these 3 in v5.4/drivers ...

> dt-bindings: arm: amlogic: add SM1 bindings
> dt-bindings: arm: amlogic: add SEI Robotics SEI610 bindings
> arm64: dts: add support for SM1 based SEI Robotics SEI610

... and these 3 in v5.4/dt64 with Rob's tag.

Thanks,

Kevin

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