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Codasip RISC-V Processors

Codasip RISC-V Processors

Proven Best Quality RISC-V IP

From embedded MCUs to applications CPUs, we provide high-performing, silicon proven RISC-V IP. All our cores are RISC-V compliant and processor quality is ensured through best-in-class verification.

All our processors are designed in Codasip Studio with CodAL, our unique architecture description language, and are customizable. 

Choose your own path

Each Codasip RISC-V core can be offered either as:

Processor features and benefits

Rich portfolio to fit your needs

Select from our wide selection of cores. Whatever domain or application area, we’ve got you covered.

Easiest route to differentiation

Customize fully and easily our RISC-V cores with a full processor architecture license and Codasip Studio, and get a tailored CPU with optimal features and PPA.


Don’t be limited by proprietorship thanks to cores built on open standards such as LLVM, UVM, and SystemC.

No extra costs

Take advantage of the free and open RISC-V ISA and its solid ecosystem supported by industry leaders.


All Codasip RISC-V CPUs are fully customizable and adaptable to the unique needs of your project.  

Choose the RISC-V CPU that fits your need in a range of: 

  • Small and energy-efficient low-power embedded cores (1, 3, 5 series) 
  • More powerful high-performance embedded cores (5 series) 
  • Advanced application cores able to run rich operating systems such as Linux (7 series) 

Evaluate Codasip RISC-V Processors with FPGA Platforms

If you would like to evaluate a single Codasip RISC-V core, you can use Codasip’s FPGA evaluation platforms.  

The evaluation kit includes: 

  • An FPGA bitstream
  • The SDK
  • The CodeSpace IDE
  • A step-by-step quick start guide

Please note that obtaining the package is subject to signing an Evaluation Agreement. You are welcome to contact us for more details. 


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