Always on the cutting edge of best practices, Antmicro is a Founding Member of the RISC-V Foundation, and one of the first to have demonstrated examples of how the RISC-V architecture can be successfully used in practical, high-profile applications for the industry at large.
Examples of commercial implementations by Antmicro include:
Antmicro’s RISC-V System on Module - the first SoM with a RISC-V based microcontroller on board (Freedom E310 from SiFive) running Zephyr, a permissively licensed RTOS backed by the Linux Foundation
RISC-V support in Renode - Antmicro’s flexible, open source framework for building scalable and well-tested multi-device networks
RISC-V Z-Scale softcore for communication between various high-speed FPGA processing units in the open source AXIOM 4K modular camera
RISC-V with its strong tooling support is an instruction set architecture that can be easily implemented in almost every company. Antmicro supports both open software and open hardware and helps adopting RISC-V solutions in real-world applications.
To learn more about our services around RISC-V visit Antmicro’s area at the RISC-V Foundation booth 3A-419.
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Antmicro Ltd is an embedded technology company which combines latest software and hardware technologies to create advanced products for its customers. Basing on internal R&D and its own development frameworks, Antmicro provides know-how and guidance to customers looking to innovate by applying new technological developments to solve practical problems across various verticals. Antmicro’s projects often involve computer vision, FPGA SoCs, heterogeneous, multi-core and/or multi-node systems.
Antmicro designs and creates software from the kernel/driver level upwards, including protocols, data processing, analysis and visualisation for open source UNIX-like operating systems like Linux, Android, FreeBSD and RTOS like Zephyr, FreeRTOS, Contiki, RIOT, eCos or Mynewt. Antmicro is also a founding member of the RISC-V Foundation and as such actively promotes open source and open hardware movements.