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Version 1.11 of Antmicro’s open source Renode simulation framework is already available. As usual, the new release introduces a range of features, modifications and fixes, enabling developers to design complex embedded IoT systems more effectively than ever before.

Developed by Antmicro since 2010 and released as open source in 2015, Renode is in use by customers and partners including Arm, Google, QuickLogic, Microchip, in open source projects like ZephyrTensorFlow Lite MicroPrecursor as well as in education, providing a seamless and deterministic virtual environment for test-driven hardware/software co-development.

Some of the most notable additions that Renode 1.11 comes with are support for generating execution metrics, improvements in Robot testing, as well as wider support for RISC-V and Arm platforms.


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