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UltraSoc engaged from Microsemi for RISC-V based products development
UltraSoC joined the RISC-V Foundation in 2016, with a mission to provide the RISC-V community with secure, independent on-chip development and debug capabilities; in 2017 it offered its RISC-V processor trace specification for adoption by the RISC-V Foundation as part of the open source specification.
They announced that Microsemi, a leading provider of semiconductor solutions differentiated by power, security, reliability and performance, has licensed UltraSoC’s universal analytics and embedded intelligence platform for use in an expanding range of Microsemi products based on the RISC-V open source processor architecture, just a couple of days ago.
UltraSoC now collaborates with six major RISC-V processor vendors – success that follows the company’s early commitment to support the development of the rapidly growing open source ecosystem.
UltraSoC CEO, Rupert Baines, said: “Microsemi is doing some incredibly exciting work in bringing its high performance semiconductor products on to the RISC-V platform. At UltraSoC we believe the rise of RISC-V represents a fundamental shift: a shift that will benefit the whole technology industry and its customers. We are delighted to be involved and working again with Microsemi to enable its latest designs with our embedded analytics capabilities.”
UltraSoC’s embedded semiconductor IP allows designers of complex and powerful devices to create an on-chip infrastructure that non-intrusively monitors a chip’s behavior – both hardware and software. In development, engineers can use this IP to gain an intimate understanding of the interactions between on-chip processor blocks, custom logic, and system software.
Check UltraSoc’s press release for more details.