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Originally created to meet Antmicro’s internal need for a flexible system design and testing tool, Renode has been in use by numerous projects and organizations including internet giants like Google, Microsoft and Amazon, semiconductors like Arm, Intel, Microchip or QuickLogic, as well as product developers like the Precursor team or Blixt.

Antmicro’s been continuously expanding the functionalities of their open source simulation framework, turning it into a powerful tool enabling fast and reliable software/hardware development, testing, architectural exploration, research and education. The latest, massive 1.12 release introduces a range of improvements including support for more RISC-V and Arm platforms, peripherals and FPGA evaluation boards, as well as new tests, demos and other functionalities.

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