SEGGER and Nuclei Technology, a China-based RISC-V processor IP and solution company, announced that the Nuclei Studio IDE now comes integrated with SEGGER's emRun runtime library.
SEGGER’s emRun++ is a C++ library fully compatible with the modern 2017 standard. It is used and proven in SEGGER’s multi-platform Embedded Studio IDE for RISC-V and Arm and is now available for licensing to toolchain vendors.
SEGGER’s Embedded Studio for RISC-V, Version 6, now uses real-time memory management which improves efficiency and response time when allocating and freeing up memory, satisfying requirements for hard real-time in applications written in C++.
SEGGER announced its partnership with HPMicro Semiconductor Inc. (HPMicro). The partnership focuses on making SEGGER’s multi-platform IDE Embedded Studio available, free of charge, to all HPMicro’s customers using HPM6000 series RISC-V microcontrollers, boosting the RISC-V ecosystem.
Following Microsoft recently announcing Windows on Arm, SEGGER has released a J-Link software package specifically for this platform. It can be downloaded and used with all J-Link and J-Trace units at no cost.
Support for RV64I, RV64E, and RV64GC with floating-point unit RISC-V CPUs has been added to the latest version of SEGGER Embedded Studio. The 64-bit CPU IP cores will benefit from SEGGER emRun C/C++ runtime, emFloat floating-point libraries, SEGGER Linker, and SEGGER Compiler, which combine in the environment to help developers generate compact, efficient code.
SEGGER introduced embOS-Ultra, a new RTOS using Cycle-resolution Timing, designed to eliminate the periodic tick interrupt used by traditional RTOS.