World's First RISC V based FPGA SoC Brings An Open Source Ecosystem With It

December 4, 2018
RISC-V development solutions are finally coming to market, with the world's first RISC-V-based SoC released by Microsemi, a Microchip Company. Tim Morin, the company's Director of Product Marketing for Programmable Solutions discusses the architecture of the FPGA SoC, and how integrations with Antmicro's Renode software development framework and Mi-Five Ecosystem are helping engineers bring open-source hardware and software solutions to market quickly, and how THEY choose. Brandon Lewis, Editor in Chief of Embedded Computing reporting.
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