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RISC-V is a new open source instruction set architecture, initially developed by UC Berkeley but now being more widely adopted.
As a member of the RISC-V Foundation, UltraSoC is deeply involved in developing and defining the debug architecture for RISC-V standards. UltraSoC fully supports both standards-based and proprietary debug approaches. We were the first company to offer a RISC-V processor trace solution, supporting both open source and commercial processors including those from Andes, Codasip, Microchip, Roa Logic, SiFive and Syntacore.
UltraSoC donates RISC-V trace implementation to enable true open-source development
Works through OpenHW Group to support design innovation and ensure ecosystem compatibility
UltraSoC has announced it will offer an open-source implementation of its industry-leading RISC-V trace encoder via the OpenHW Group. The availability of a production-grade, standards-compliant processor trace solution is a key enabler for developers, and supports the OpenHW Group’s aim of creating an open, commercial grade ecosystem for development based on open-source processors.
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UltraSoC is a pioneering technology start-up based in Cambridge, UK.
Our products put intelligent self-analytic capabilities in the systems-on-chip (SoCs) at the heart of today’s consumer electronic, computing and communications products.
Our embedded analytics technology helps solve the most pressing problems faced by the high-tech industries today – including cybersecurity, functional safety, and the management of complexity. Our solutions also allow designers to develop SoCs – the driving force behind both performance improvement and cost reduction in the electronics business – more quickly and cost-effectively.
UltraSoC’s flagship product line is a suite of semiconductor IP that puts an intelligent analytics infrastructure into the core hardware of an SoC. This provides intimate visibility of the real-world behavior of entire systems. The ultimate benefits include robustness against malicious intrusions; enhanced product safety; reduced system power consumption; and overall better performance – with fine-tuning of end products even after they are deployed in the field. These capabilities address applications in a broad range of market sectors, from automotive and IoT products, to at-scale computing and communications infrastructure.
Our products are used by leading names including Seagate Technology, HiSilicon (Huawei), Intel, Microchip Technologies, Alibaba group company C-SKY, and leading IT systems integrator Kraftway to bring these proven hardware-embedded benefits to their customers. Our partners include Andes, Arm, Cadence/Tensilica, CEVA, Esperanto, Imperas, Lauterbach, Mentor, MIPS, Moortec, Percepio, Segger, SiFive, Sondrel, and Teledyne LeCroy.
UltraSoC’s technology also has a substantial impact on the increasingly-pressurized economics of the semiconductor industry. Traditional SoC development methodologies have failed to keep pace with escalating systemic complexity, creating a ‘productivity gap’. Our intelligent analytics technology closes that gap, giving engineering teams actionable insights that shorten the total development cycle time, accelerate debug, and reduce risk and cost to ensure timely market entry. Analysis from SemiCo research demonstrates the bottom-line value of this approach – SoC design teams can double their profitability and reduce their development costs by a quarter by using UltraSoC.
UltraSoC is an active member of the RISC-V consortium, which aims to encourage the use of a new open source processor architecture which has been dubbed “the Linux of semiconductors”.
The company was named one of the 100 most exciting companies in the UK in the 2016 Mishcon de Reya / CityAM “Leap 100” list, and by Gartner as one of its 2016 “Cool Vendors”. It was recognized as “Best New Company” in the 2015 ELEKTRA Awards.