DAC provided a forum for the growing number of verification efforts focused on checking the architectural compliance and overall RTL quality of RISC-V processors.
This week’s RISC-V Summit in California has seen an expansion to the open-source portfolio being built around the architecture as well as increased support from software vendors such as Wind River.
Andes Technology has expanded support for its RISC-V processor cores through deals with Imperas and UltraSoC.
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.
At DAC 2014, some 30 per cent of exhibitors are IP suppliers, offering design services or both, demonstrating how system-level design is about building on what has gone before.
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