Thank you for the information. I don't have a specific problem with Vybrid. I am looking for a processor that can do data transfers using UARTS, USB flash drive, and 10/100 Ethernet. All transfers are simultaneous. I'd like to have two UARTS running full duplex at 1Mbps and would like to write data to a USB flash drive at about 4 MB/sec, and send and receive data TCP/IP at about 2 MB/sec. I have been looking at Cortex M4/M7 MCU's, but I'm not sure they can keep up with these data rates. I've also been looking at the A9 processors. I think A9 can do the data rates, but they have more features than I really need. I think A9 is also more power hungry than I want. The Vybrid looks like it may be a good middle ground, but I think the A5 was intended to run Linux, and maybe the Vybrid A5 running Linux can meet my performance requirements, but if it can't I was thinking MQX running on the A5 might be a good fall back solution.
Yes, theres support in MQX for the CA5. There very basic examples found in the< MQX_INSTALLATION_FOLDER>/mqx/examples/ That you can use as reference. There are multiple exmaples working in IAR, DS-5 or even using Makefiles with the command line.
Are you having some kind of problem?
Yes, I did see this brochure. My question probably should have been, "Is anyone in the community running MQX on the Vybrid A5 core using the standard IDE tools provided by NXP?"