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Innovations Report Article: New Open Source Platform VerSys Allows Early Software Testing Through Virtual Chips

By August 28, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

In addition to open software such as the Linux operating system, open source hardware architecture is becoming increasingly popular. Forerunners are reduced instruction set computers (RISC-V) that can be freely designed, manufactured and distributed using an open source license. The open instruction set architecture offers many advantages: In addition to dropping patent fees, RISC-V flourishes above all by its standardization, extensibility and vendor independence. As a result, the processors are considered to be future-proof.
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