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UDN Article: Andes Technology Adopts The Initial Authorization Method To Push RISC-V New Products

By June 25, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

Embedded CPU IP supplier Andes Technology continues to promote RISC-V architecture-related business, and launched the N22 commercial grade RISC-V CPU FreeStart program on the 24th. The company hopes to attract potential customers in the form of initial authorization, and looks forward to expanding the market.
In the RISC-V FreeStart program, Andes Technology expects to provide a simple and fast way to get a commercial grade RISC-V CPU core N22 for easy system-on-a-chip (SoC). The company noted that the N22 is a streamlined, low-power, and high-performance entry-level RISC-V CPU IP, which is used through the RISC-V FreeStart program without the need to pay for the CPU IP pre-authorization.
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