Mouser resource site focuses on RISC-V architecture
A new resource site dedicated to RISC-V, an open source instruction set architecture (ISA) has been created by Mouser Electronics.
Engineers and designers can access the new site by visiting https://resources.mouser.com/risc-v.
The new RISC-V resource site features articles on several innovative uses of the technology, such as internet-connected AI facial detection, open source security, and flexible processor design.
It also explores some of the key strategies used in RISC-V development, and includes videos and product information for RISC-V-based development kits.
Mouser offers a broad selection of RISC-V-based devices, including the Microchip Technology PolarFire SoC FPGA Icicle Kit.
The kit is a low-cost platform that enables reliable computing for applications including industrial automation, IoT devices, and automotive applications.
The Terasic Technologies T-Core FPGA MAX 10 development board is a robust hardware design platform that supports protocol bridging, analogue-to-digital conversion, and motor control drive.
RISC-V offers freedom for extensible hardware and software on architecture, as it is unconstrained by proprietary architecture standards.
The open source ISA is a key factor in the continued development of 5G, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things (IoT).