Andes Virtual Career Event Registration

Andes Virtual Career Event Registration
by Admin on 09-08-2022 at 8:00 am

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Andes is growing rapidly, and we are hiring RISC-V talent!

We are excited to host a virtual hiring event where all levels of engineers with an interest in CPU, microarchitecture, RTL, or pre-silicon verification are encouraged to attend! Please join to learn about our corporate culture, growth opportunities, and

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Podcast: Will Arm Risk RISC-V?

Podcast: Will Arm Risk RISC-V?
by Daniel Nenni on 06-15-2022 at 6:00 am

What’s at stake? A candid discussion between Junko Yoshida, Editor in Chief of the Ojo-Yoshida Report, and Frank Lin, CEO of Andes.

Will Arm RISC-V? from the Ojo-Yoshida Report

Andes Technology, a Taiwanese CPU core IP company, began phasing out its proprietary processing architecture in favor of RISC-V in 2015, as it preparedRead More


Important Considerations for Specifying a Main Processor and AI Accelerator

Important Considerations for Specifying a Main Processor and AI Accelerator
by Daniel Nenni on 03-15-2022 at 10:00 am

About this talk

In specifying the features, functions, and requirements of a main processor and AI accelerator (NPU), system engineers and chip architects often don’t consider use cases. In this webinar, Expedera VP of Marketing Paul Karazuba and Andes Technology Director of Field Applications John Min will examine
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Optimized Chip Design with Main Processors and AI Accelerators

Optimized Chip Design with Main Processors and AI Accelerators
by Admin on 02-15-2022 at 10:00 am

Feb 15 2022, 10:00am PST

Presented by

Paul Karazuba, VP of Marketing, Expedera & John Min, Director of Field Application Engineering, Andes Technology

About this talk

As the use of AI is beginning large-scale deployment into our devices, many wonder why specialized AI accelerator is employed, rather
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The Intel Foundry Ecosystem Explained

The Intel Foundry Ecosystem Explained
by Daniel Nenni on 02-15-2022 at 5:00 am

Intel Tower Semiconductor Acquisition

Exciting times for the semiconductor industry! Last week Intel announced a billion dollar fund to build a foundry ecosystem and today Intel announced they are acquiring foundry Tower Semiconductor for $5.6 billion dollars, WOW! Some people doubted Intel’s commitment to the foundry market this time. I think we can now put that… Read More


Upcoming Webinar: Optimized Chip Design with Main Processors and AI Accelerators

Upcoming Webinar: Optimized Chip Design with Main Processors and AI Accelerators
by Kalar Rajendiran on 02-08-2022 at 10:00 am

Expedera DLA IP Benefits

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


Who is Responsible for SIP Revenue Decline in Q2 2018?

Who is Responsible for SIP Revenue Decline in Q2 2018?
by Eric Esteve on 10-16-2018 at 7:00 am

According with ESDA, EDA revenues have grown YoY by 16.2% in Q2 2018, and this is the good news for our industry. The bad news is the decline of SIP (Design IP) revenues, by (3.1%) at the same time. As far as I am concerned, this figure looks weird, so I will try to understand the reason why SIP category can go wrong in a healthy EDA market,… Read More


Extendible Processor Architectures for IoT Applications

Extendible Processor Architectures for IoT Applications
by Tom Dillinger on 10-17-2015 at 7:00 am

The Internet of Things has become a ubiquitous term, to refer to a broad (and somewhat ill-defined) set of electronic products and potential applications – e.g., wearables, household appliances and controllers, medical applications, retail applications (signage, RFID), industrial automation, machine-to-machine communication,… Read More


TSMC Award Recognizes Andes’ IoT Credentials

TSMC Award Recognizes Andes’ IoT Credentials
by Majeed Ahmad on 10-03-2015 at 7:00 am

The system-on-chip (SoC) movement is intrinsically linked to external IP products, and here, it’s not just fabless chipmakers who work closely with IP suppliers. Large foundries like TSMC also maintain close relationships with IP vendors to optimize their process nodes and libraries for processor cores and other design… Read More


32-bit MCUs Way to Go for IoT

32-bit MCUs Way to Go for IoT
by Majeed Ahmad on 02-18-2015 at 7:00 am

Cost, power and performance, and security are the fundamental ingredients of chip development for the Internet of Things (IoT) market and that 32-bit microcontrollers are a way forward to meet these basic requirements. That was the crux of the message from the webinar held by Andes Technology Corp. on February 10, 2015.

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