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EET Taiwan Article: Small RISC-V Core Targets Embedded And Entry-Level MCU Applications

By March 13, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments
Andes Technology, the embedded CPU core supplier, introduces the 32-bit RISC-V CPU core N22, targeting embedded protocol processing applications such as high-speed communication and storage, and is suitable for entry-level MCU applications such as small IoT and wearable devices. The N22 is highly configurable and is the newest and smallest of the core RISC-V series, offering configuration settings down to 15K gates and up to 800MHz under 28nm worst-case process conditions.
In addition, the N22 features 3.93 CoreMark/MHz performance, a highly flexible system and memory interface, and a vectored interrupt controller. In addition, the low-foot count two-wire debug module reduces SoC cost, while the pre-integrated MCU platform combined with common peripherals helps accelerate SoC design.

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