Imperas to present updates on the RISC-V Ecosystem that supports new design innovations with RISC-V via Flexibility With Compatibility
Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in RISC-V simulation solutions, today announced their participation at the next New York City RISC-V Group Meeting November 16, 2022. At the previous event, speakers described how engineers across different fields can get involved in RISC-V with real world use cases and examples. At this hybrid event, with an in-person element at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, speakers will describe their latest research and development involving RISC-V.
The RISC-V Ecosystem: Building In Flexibility With Compatibility
Larry Lapides, Imperas Software
For hardware developers RISC-V offers the flexibility to optimize a processor to address target applications in new and unique ways. RISC-V also offers new opportunities to select IP core options from the commercial IP companies, open-source projects, and also the freedom to construct a new implementation based on the open standard ISA (Instruction Set Architecture).
Traditional software ecosystems have developed around a common set of hardware configurations, but RISC-V offers unique flexibility. Will this flexibility lead to fragmentation and chaos?
This presentation looks at the RISC-V ecosystem, both the successes and areas with work still required. Mass adoption is dependent of the efficiencies of scale that in turn depend on compatibility while supporting the value added-optimizations and differentiation. Has the RISC-V approach, based on ecosystem-first strategy, built-in sufficient support for flexibility with compatibility?
When: Wednesday November 16th 2022 at 5:45pm EST
Where: Hybrid Event
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
41 Cooper Square
New York, 10003
Free registration and more details are available at this link.
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