Microsemi has put multiple RISC-V cores into a new generation of SoC FPGAs, intended for embedded systems that need to run Linux.
Andes Technology has expanded support for its RISC-V processor cores through deals with Imperas and UltraSoC.
DAC in June will feature a series of keynotes and technical sessions on machine learning and AI for both target applications and in the design process itself.
UltraSoC has released its first implementation of processor trace for cores based on the RISC-V instruction set.
Codasip has launched the seventh generation of its Studio software for processor design and tuning, aiming to take advantage of the interest in RISC-V as a core instruction set for customized processors.
The RISC-V workshop in California at the end of November 2017 provided the opportunity for Western Digital to commit its own work on processors for internal use to the open-source architecture and for the ecosystem of off-the-shelf cores and tools to expand.
Microsemi has set up an ecosystem program around the RISC-V soft cores the company has designed for its FPGAs.
Codasip has added a processor core aimed at low-energy IoT nodes to its growing portfolio of customizable designs based on the RISC-V architecture.
UltraSoc has donated to the RISC-V Foundation a specification for processor trace to try to provide the ecosystem with a common way of exporting runtime data to software tools.
Semiconductor supplier Microsemi has used the Eclipse open-source IDE platform to develop a Windows-based toolchain for CPUs that supports the RISC-V instruction set.
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