The RISC-V Pavilion at Embedded World 2022 highlighted a range of advancements, from the first RISC-V–based GPU to a new open-source RISC-V development kit.
Embedded World 2022 was the place to be for the latest RISC-V developments. Innovations ranged from Think Silicon’s first RISC-V–based GPU, targeting 32-bit SoCs, to the OpenHW Group’s new open-source RISC-V development kit, based on the OpenHW CORE-V microcontroller (MCU). This all happened as a backdrop to RISC-V International’s first specification and extension approvals for 2022. RISC-V International, the global open-design standards organization for the RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture (ISA), released its first four specifications and extension approvals of 2022. These include the Efficient Trace for RISC-V (E-Trace), RISC-V Supervisor Binary Interface (SBI), RISC-V Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) specifications, and the RISC-V Zmmul multiply-only extension. This follows 16 ratified specifications, representing more than 40 extensions, in 2021…
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