Andes certifies Imperas models, simulator as reference for Andes RISC-V Vectors Core

December 9, 2019 Perry Cohen

Imperas Software, a virtual platforms and software simulation company, announced a  collaboration with Andes Technology for the latest Andes Vectors Core NX27V. The collaboration addresses the requirement for advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence applications. Using Imperas models and tools allows system designers to evaluate advanced SoC architectural analysis using virtual platforms and full software application workloads.

The Vector extensions are designed to support complex arithmetic operations required for applications involving linear algebra, such as supercomputers, cryptography, AI, ML, and deep learning. A traditional, or scalar ISA, is based around operations on single data items, while a Vector processor operates over an array of data items which enables acceleration of key computational workloads.

Imperas will demonstrate solutions and tools for RISC-V including models and virtual platforms at the RISC V Summit in San Jose.

For more information, visit www.imperas.com/riscv.

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