Domain-Specific Accelerators

For about fifty years, IC designers have been relying on different types of semiconductor scaling to achieve gains in performance. How do they do it when Moore’s Law and Dennard Scaling have been broken?

What is an ASIP?

ASIP stands for “application-specific instruction-set processor” and simply means a processor which has been designed to be optimal for a particular application or domain. So what exactly is the difference from a general-purpose processor?

Codasip to Offer Secure Boot Solutions with Veridify Tools

Codasip and Veridify Security, a leader in securing and managing low-resource devices at the edge of the IoT, announce they have partnered to provide secure boot functionality for the Codasip Low Power Embedded RISC-V processors.

What does RISC-V stand for?

Many SoC designers are already familiar with the benefits of RISC-V, the open and extensible computer architecture. But what does the name stand for?