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RISC-V’s embedded foray with a 32-bit MCU development

One of the largest vendors of embedded processors has independently developed a CPU core for the 32-bit general-purpose RISC-V market; it can be used as the main CPU or on-chip subsystem and can even be embedded in an application-specific standard product (ASSP).

Renesas Electronics, which has designed and tested a 32-bit CPU core based on the open-standard RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA), is currently sampling devices based on this new core to select customers. It plans to launch its first RISC-V-based MCU and associated development tools in the first quarter of 2024.

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