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Imperas releases free ISS for RISCV-V CORE-V developers in the OpenHW ecosystem | Imperas

Imperas simulation technology with RISC-V reference models of the OpenHW CORE-V IP portfolio released as free Instruction Set Simulator for software development.

Oxford, UK – March 29th, 2021 – Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in virtual platforms and high-performance software simulation, today made available the first release of riscvOVPsimCOREV as free ISS (Instruction Set Simulator) based on the Imperas reference models of the OpenHW Groups processor RISC-V core IP. An ISS is the essential starting point for software development tasks of algorithm, application, and tool writing. riscvOVPsimCOREV can be configured for the complete range of the OpenHW CORE-V processor IP portfolio, including the RTL-frozen CV32E40P (formally known as PULP RI5CY), the under-development CV32E40S and CV32E40X, plus the upcoming CVA6-32/64 bit (formally known as PULP ARIANE), and will be extended overtime to cover the future roadmap of CORE-V.

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