Dan is joined by Frankwell Lin. Frank co-founded Andes Technology in 2005 and served as President from 2006. He became Chairman and CEO in 2021. Under his leadership, Andes is recognized as a top supplier of embedded CPU IP in the semiconductor industry.
Dan explores how Andes became such a strong supplier of RISC-V cores with Frank.… Read More
Dan is joined by Dr. Dave Baker, VP digital design at Luminous Computing and John Min, director of field applications at Andes Technology. Dave and John explore with Dan their collaboration to build high-performance supercomputers.
The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in these podcasts belong solely to the speaker, … Read More
Frankwell Lin, Chairman of Andes Technology, started his career being as application engineer in United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) while UMC was an IDM with its own chip products, he experienced engineering, product planning, sales, and marketing jobs with various product lines in UMC. In 1995, after four years working… Read More
Using the right tool for the job can be extremely important. Well, maybe not in the case of the famed chef Martin Yan who is notorious for using just one knife—a razor sharp wide blade cleaver that doubles as a spatula—for preparing anything and everything he cooks. For the rest of us, though, the right tools can make all the difference.… Read More
☕️ Join the latest webinar with RISC-V international members Andes, Imperas, and UltraSoC on the use of virtual platforms and FPGA’s for RISC-V multicore SoCs, covering early SW development, HW verification and analysis for system level design optimization.
Part #1 of our AI & ML webinar series focused on architecture. … Read More
The good news is that the next five DAC events will take place in Moscone Center in San Francisco! If going to Las Vegas from the Bay area is an easy trip, coming from Europe to Las Vegas makes it a 24+hours journey… One obvious consequence was the poor attendance to the exhibition floor. But let’s be positive and notice that the number… Read More
SoCs being developed for the fast growth Internet-of-Things market will sell for and operate on a small fraction of the power of mobile devices’ chips. More importantly, IoT SoCs will be far more vulnerable to hacker attacks than the much better protected chips in portable devices. As a result, designers developing SoCs targeting… Read More
The 8051 microcontroller has been around for years…decades in fact. It was originally developed in 1980 by Intel. Back then it required 12 clock cycles per instruction but modern cores use just one. While it is still widely used, mostly as an IP core for SoCs, it is running out of steam despite running over 50 times faster than… Read More