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Sohu Article: China's First RISC-V High-Performance Home Appliance Chip Was Born In Qingdao

By April 3, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

Science and Technology Daily reported on April 2 that Qingdao Laoshan District released the CLE series MCU, independently developed by Core Interconnect Technology (Qingdao) Co., Ltd. This is China’s first RISC-V home appliance chip that can be controlled independently.
According to reports, CLE series is a universal embedded MCU processor based on a 32-bit RISC-V core, which is mainly used for industrial control, Internet of things, stability, power consumption and computing power requirements in high application areas.
CLE series MCU is China’s first high-performance home appliance general-purpose chip based on RISC-V. It has high performance, low power consumption and high stability. It is a security chip with rich storage resources and external interfaces. For other high-end home appliance chip brands in the international and domestic markets, CLE series MCUs have outstanding competitive advantages in terms of performance and energy efficiency, and can achieve independent control and greatly reduce costs while improving performance.
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