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Electronics Weekly Article: Microsemi Adds To RISC-V Based FPGAs

By December 4, 2018May 12th, 2021No Comments

Microchip has added multi-core coherent RISC-V processors to its PolarFire FPGA family, with the intention of brings real-time deterministic asymmetric multiprocessing to Linux platforms.
The architecture, developed in collaboration with RISC-V champions SiFive, has a 2Mbyte L2 memory that can be configured as a cache, scratchpad or a direct access memory. “This allows designers to implement deterministic real-time embedded applications simultaneously with an operating system for applications in collaborative, networked IoT systems,” said the firm.
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