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RISC-V CON Series (English session, US)
Andes RISC-V Solutions for Edge to Cloud AI SoCs
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Topics Covered in RISC-V CON
- The powerful AndesCore™ V5, D25, 27-series, 45-series
- The cutting edge Andes RISC-V vector extension processor
- The leading solution Andes Custom Extension™
- The diverse AI applications of RISC-V
- The latest market trends and technology of RISC-V
RISC-V CON Webinar Series
Lai Yu-Fan, Technical Manager
Tung Wei, Advanced Engineer
Introduction to Andes RISC-V CPU cores lineup, Andes Custom Extensions (ACE), software supports from bare metal to Linux, and Integrated Development Environment (IDE). People who join this webinar will learn what Andes could help designers to create highly competitive domain-specific SoCs easily.
Jimmy Shen, Senior Technical Manager
Niraj Dengale, Advanced Engineer
AndeSight™ integrated development environment provides a friendly software development interface when developing SoC with AndesCore™ CPUs. In the past 15 years, with customer feedback and continuous product improvement, AndeSight™ has developed comprehensive functions. As for AndeSoft™ BSP, it provides a wealth of software projects under the command line, such as toolchain, bare metal demo programs, RTOS/Linux and DSP library related software.
YiChiang Chang, Technical Manager
With greatly increase the requirements for domain-specific application from edge to cloud, designers are looking for hardware acceleration methods to fulfill their specific requirements. In this webinar, YiChiang will introduce Andes Custom Extension™ (ACE) to help Andes' customers convert the highly optimized Andes RISC-V V5 cores into domain-specific architecture to fulfill special acceleration. He will also cover the major features of ACE and COPILOT, and share some practical examples for designers to accelerate their specific SW applications or algorithm by creating custom instructions through ACE.
Tung Wei, Advanced Engineer
Andes D25, a power-efficient RISC-V CPU that supports P-extension for rich SIMD/DSP computation, is widely used in audio, voice, image and DSP applications. In addition, D25 is equipped with the powerful ACE (Andes Custom Extension™), which, by writing simple scripts and concise RTL codes, allows designers to new instructions to speed up critical functions and reduce power consumption at the same time.
TWS (True Wireless Stereo), a Bluetooth 5.0 technology, is expected to have continuous growth following leading vendors’ great success in their hot-selling TWS earphones. The challenge for SoC designers is to perform many complex computations fast and with low power consumption. In this webinar, we will introduce a unique solution for TWS based on D25 plus ACE acceleration. With the advantages of high flexibility, easy-to-integrate and low power, it perfectly addresses the requirements of TWS. It is the TWS solution you are looking for!
Jason Lin, Senior Technical Manager
KY Hsieh, Senior Technical Manager
Inheriting technologies from its successful 25-series, AndesCore™ 27-series is Andes Technology's second-generation RISC-V CPU IP solution. The recently released 32-bit A27 and 64-bit AX27 offer over 2 times higher bandwidth and deliver lower latency with its MemBoost technology, it is well suitable for memory-intensive applications, such as those run on Linux operating system.
Wilson Chi, Deputy Director of Marketing Division
John Min, Director of NA Field Application Engineering
The applications of AI, AR/VR, computer vision, cryptography, and multimedia require high-speed processing of large volumes of data. A RISC-V processor with the powerful RISC-V Vector (RVV) extension instruction set and parallel execution capability can significantly accelerate the performance of those applications.
AndesCore™ NX27V is the first commercial RISC-V processor to support RVV scalable vector instruction set, designed from ground up to be a Cray-like full vector computation machine. The NX27V provides a Vector Register File (VRF) with each register as large as 512 bits. Its supports RVV standard data types such as integer, fixed point, and floating point as well as Andes-enhanced data types optimized for AI representations. The NX27V contains a scalar unit and a Vector Processing Unit (VPU). The VPU has multiple functional units, operating on inputs of up to 512 bits each cycle in parallel to sustain the computational throughput needed in diversified applications. For software development support, in addition to the compilation tools and the performance simulator, Andes also provides a powerful visualization tool for the NX27V to help analyze and optimize the performance of critical computation kernels.