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Antmicro And SiFive Join Forces To Propose Complete RISC-V Offering

By August 14, 2018May 12th, 2021No Comments

Antmicro, a software-driven technology vendor for edge AI and cyber-physical systems, and SiFive, the first fabless semiconductor company to offer customized silicon based on the free and open RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture, are announcing a milestone partnership to bring forth a complete offering for early adopters of RISC-V.
The two RISC-V Platinum Founding Members together provide competitive advantage for their common customers. SiFive’s world-first, Linux-enabled RISC-V development board, the HiFive Unleashed, and the earlier HiFive1 development kit (as well as the corresponding FU540 and FE310 SoCs) are now both supported in Antmicro’s Renode open source framework, an emerging tool of choice for developing RISC-V systems. By simulating not just the CPU, but entire SoCs in a highly configurable and modular framework, Antmicro’s Renode provides developers worldwide with an open, scalable methodology to start designing early RISC-V projects and enables customers to build their virtual SiFive chip and develop software before going to production.
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