Antmicro Joins Mi-V Ecosystem to Offer Multi-Node Simulation

Antmicro, the maker of the open-source Renode framework for multi-node simulation, has implemented support for Microsemi’s Mi-V™, RISC-V-based soft central processing units (CPUs) and the solution’s integration with Microsemi’s SoftConsole software development environment, enabling a vastly improved test-driven software development methodology for all Mi-V users.

Customers can design and debug a complete processor subsystem within Antmicro’s virtual Renode environment on their desktop without actually needing target hardware. The resulting output is binary compatible to the processor running in the PolarFire™ FPGA. Antmicro’s Renode technology makes it ideal for a variety of RISC-V-based applications within the aerospace and defense, security, communications, industrial, medical, and internet of things (IoT) markets. Please visit the Antmicro webpage on Microsemi.com to learn more.

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