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Semiconductor Engineering Article: Hardware-Software Co-Design Reappears

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

The core concepts in hardware-software co-design are getting another look, nearly two decades after this approach was first introduced and failed to catch on.
Software is a critical component, and the more tightly integrated the software, the better the power and performance. One such technology is the RISC-V processor ISA architecture. It provides a specification from which solutions can be generated. “RISC-V represents a very interesting opportunity,” says Klein. “It is an additional dimension that developers can explore to optimize their designs. Being open-source, we should see a lot of innovation and creativity that would not be possible with traditional processor IP.”
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