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HPMicro Semiconductor Announces the Release of the HPM6000 Series of Microcontrollers with AndesCore™ Dual D45 Cores | Andes Technology

By December 2, 2021December 3rd, 2021No Comments

Currently, the HPM6000 series is the world’s most powerful real-time RISC-V microcontrollers, with a clock speed up to 800 MHz, setting a new performance record by over 9000 CoreMark and 4500 DMIPS. Its Abundant Computing Power Accelerates Applications such as Industry 4.0, Smart Home Appliances, Edge Computing, and IoT.

Shanghai, China – December 02, 2021 – HPMicro Semiconductor, a leading manufacturer of high-performance embedded solutions, and Andes Technology, a leading supplier of 32/64-bit RISC-V embedded processors today jointly released the HPM6000 series, the real-time RISC-V microcontrollers with the world’s strongest performance. The flagship product, HPM6750, adopts dual RISC-V AndesCore™ D45 cores, is equipped with innovative bus architecture, efficient level-1 caches and Local Memory, and has set a new performance record of over 9000 CoreMark and 4500 DMIPS, with a main frequency of up to 800 MHz. It provides robust computing power for edge computing and other applications.

The whole series of HPM6000 MCUs, including dual-core HPM6750, single-core HPM6450, and entry-level HPM6120, are all equipped with double-precision floating-point operations and powerful DSP extension instructions, built-in 2 MB SRAM, rich multimedia functions, motor control modules, communication interface and security encryption. The HPM6000 series can be used widely in popular applications such as industry 4.0, smart home appliances, payment terminal, edge computing, and IoT.

The D45 is a member of the AndesCore™ 45 series of Andes Technology RISC-V family. It has in-order 8-stage dual-issue superscalar architecture with optimized load and store pipeline design and advanced branch prediction. Additionally the D45 supports IEEE 754 single/double-precision floating-point unit (FPU) and RISC-V P-extension (DSP/SIMD) instruction. For instruction and data memory subsystem, all 45 series cores come with Local Memory as well as caches, which can greatly enhance the performance of SOCs with large memory such as the HPM6000 series. The D45 core is ideal for real-time applications that demand high performance and fast response time.

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