32-bit RISC-V processor Paves Way To Low-power IoT Designs

32-bit RISC-V processor Paves Way To Low-power IoT Designs

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32-bit RISC-V processor Paves Way To Low-power IoT Designs

A new processor core based on RISC-V architecture for low-energy IoT nodes has been unveiled by Embedded CPU core supplier Codasip. Leveraging the new processor, IoT ASIC designers can move up from 8bit processors to 32bit processors. The Bk-1 is fully compliant with the RISC-V open standard, so that customers’ embedded software is truly portable and their designs are not locked into a proprietary instruction set architecture such as ARM. Designers can request an evaluation kit free of charge. Read more.


MIPS Comes To High-volume Smartphone LTE modems

Imagination’s multi-threaded MIPS I-class CPUs are to be deployed in high-volume smartphone LTE modems from Mediatek. This is for the first time after the MIPS technology is featured in the firm’s new flagship MT6799 Helio X30 processor. According to Imagination, MIPS multi-threading technology offers performance and efficiency advantages in real-time, power sensitive applications such as LTE, AI, and IoT. Read more.


 

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Qualcomm introduces new platform naming structure as ‘processor’ doesn’t capture its anthology of technology

Over the coming months, Qualcomm Technologies will roll out changes and updates to our product brand positioning to best articulate the value of our technology and products for our customers and their end users. One of the first updates, says vice president of Product Marketing, Don McGuire, is how we will apply the Qualcomm Snapdragon […]

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