Intel and Codasip Collaborate to Bring Project-Based RISC-V Assignments to Undergraduate and Graduate Courses - NewsDecember 02, 2022
Munich, Germany – The Codasip University Program has joined Intel Pathfiner for RISC-V in a collaboration to bring Codasip RISC-V IP cores, the Codasip Studio development environment, and Intel's FPGA platforms to undergraduate and graduate courses. Codasip's University Program is currently working with a number of universities, in light of the expansion of Intel’s Pathfinder ecosystem, to provide students with access to Codasip Studio and project-based RISC-V assignments.
Munich, Germany; Seoul, South Korea. Codasip shared news the that SiliconArts has embraced Codasip 7-series RISC-V processors with Codasip Studio customization tools. Codasip’s RISC-V processor IP combined with SiliconArts ray tracing GPUs are designed for complete optimization of demanding graphic applications. Ron Black, CEO, Codasip, commented, "It's becoming extremely difficult to make performance gains from scaling semiconductors to smaller nodes. RISC-V combined with the customization capabilities of Codasip Studio enable our customers to make significant performance gains."
Codasip Delivers Custom RISC-V Processing to SiliconArts Ray-Tracing GPUs for the Development of AR/VR Applications - NewsNovember 04, 2022
Codasip and SiliconArts, provider of photo-realistic ray tracing graphics rendering, have combined Codasip’s RISC-V processor IP and SiliconArts ray tracing GPUs for the development of augmented reality applications.
Codasip, announced that it is making its 32-bit L31 core accessible with the Professional Edition of the Intel® Pathfinder for RISC-V* program. Codasip is moving its embedded RISC-V technology for prototyping, production design, and research purposes using Intel FPGAs.
Codasip announced that quantum-resistant secure tools from Veridify Security Inc. are now available to support Codasip’s RISC-V processors with a secure-boot function.
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The L31 is a small, efficient 32-bit embedded RISC-V processor core aimed at embedded systems with more modest processing requirements.