The partnership is focusing on making SEGGER’s multi-platform IDE Embedded Studio available, free of charge, to all HPMicro’s customers using HPM6000 series RISC-V microcontrollers, boosting the RISC-V ecosystem.
Embedded Studio includes all the tools and features required for embedded development in C and C++ and comes with a project manager and build system, a source code editor with code completion and folding, and a package system to install board and device support.
It also includes SEGGER’s highly optimised emRun runtime and emFloat floating point libraries, as well as SEGGER’s smart linker, all of which have been developed from the ground up specifically for resource-constrained embedded systems. The built-in debugger is fully integrated with J-Link, delivering a combination of performance and stability.
“Our goal is to provide the best possible development solution for our RISC-V devices. Following an in-depth analysis of the market, we found that SEGGER’s Embedded Studio delivers the best results in terms of firmware size, performance and user experience,” said Jintao Zeng, CEO at HPMicro. “The collaboration with SEGGER will definitely help HPMicro grow our customer base. ”