HPMicro Semiconductor announces the release of the HPM6000. known

Shanghai, November 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – HPMicro Semiconductor, a leading manufacturer of high-performance embedded solutions, and Andes Technology, a leading provider of 32/64-bit RISC-V embedded processors (TWSE: 6533 ; SIN: US03420C2089; ISIN: US03420C1099), today jointly released the HPM6000 series, the world’s most powerful real-time RISC-V microcontrollers. The flagship product, HPM6750, uses two RISC-V AndesCore â„¢ D45 cores, is equipped with an innovative bus architecture, efficient level 1 cache and local storage and has a new performance record of over 9000 CoreMark and 4000 DMIPS with a main frequency of up to to 800MHz. It can provide powerful computing power for edge computing and other applications.

The full line of HPM6000 MCUs, including the multi-core HPM6750, single-core HPM6450, and entry-level HPM6120, are all equipped with double precision floating point operations and powerful DSP expansion instructions, built-in 2MB SRAM, and rich multimedia capabilities , Engine control modules, communication interface and security encryption. The HPM6000 series; Providing high efficiency, low power consumption and high security; can be used widely in common applications such as Industry 4.0, smart home appliances, the terminal of financial payment systems, edge computing and IoT.

AndesCore â„¢ D45 is a member of the 45 series of the Andes Technology RISC-V family. It uses an 8-stage superscalar architecture with optimized load and store pipeline design and advanced branch prediction, and supports IEEE 754 single / double-precision floating point units (FPU) and RISC-V P-Extension (DSP.). / SIMD) instruction. The 45-series cores also have a local storage subsystem and configurable high-speed data and instruction caches. For SoCs that support mass storage, such as the HPM6000 series, software performance can be improved. The D45 core is very well suited for embedded applications that have special requirements in terms of response time and real-time accuracy.

“HPMicro’s HPM6000 series has high-speed computing power and real-time control capabilities. They will provide a more flexible and efficient choice for the high-end MCU market.” Dr. Charlie Su, President and CTO of Andes Technology, said, “The D45 and AndeSight â„¢ IDE tools allow customers to develop higher performing software and streamline code. HPMicro leads the industry by introducing high performance RISC-V integrated MCU security solutions. It demonstrates the ultra-high efficiency and excellent R&D capabilities of the HPMicro team. “

“AndesCore â„¢ D45 is the only RISC-V processor IP that can meet the needs of HPMicro ultra-speed real-time computing. In some cases, the performance is even 50% higher than that of the competition! And the timely support service of the Andes team during the product implementation helps us to complete the tape of the HPM6000 series successfully and quickly. It’s a perfect and efficient collaboration between our two teams. “Jintao Zeng, CEO of HPMicro Semiconductor, said:” HPMicro offers developers a complete ecosystem, including a free integrated development environment HPM Studio based on the VS CODE framework and SoC resource allocation tools for PC -End graphic interfaces. HPMicro is also introducing a BSD-licensed SDK that contains low-level drivers, middleware and RTOS. All official software products will be open source and come with inexpensive evaluation reports. HPMicro will work with RISC-V community partners and help build a better one. RISC-V software ecosystem. “

Order / sample information
HPM6750, HPM6450 series product samples and evaluation boards will be available by the end of December 2021. Please send an email to [email protected] order. For more information, please visit www.hpmicro.com

About HPMicro Semiconductor
HPMicro Semiconductor Co., Ltd. is founded in Shanghai and launched in summer 2020. It has wholly-owned subsidiaries in Tianjin and Wuhan.
HPMicro’s mission is to build a high performance general purpose MCU portfolio that meets today’s demand for increasing computing power. HPMicroers are a group of people who are very passionate about building world class MCUs, the record breaking and challenging MCUs that are easy to use and great value for money. HPMicro’s target market are industrial applications, segments such as industrial automation, building control, robotics, motor control, digital power, smart appliances and smart homes.

Via Andean technology
Andes has been in the business for 16 years and is a premier founding member of RISC-V International. Andes is a leading provider of high performance, low power, 32/64 bit embedded processor IP solutions and a key force in making RISC-V mainstream. Andes’s fifth generation AndeStar â„¢ architecture is based on the RISC-V. The V5 RISC-V CPU families range from tiny 32-bit cores to advanced 64-bit cores with DSP, FPU, Vector, Linux, superscalar and / or multicore functions. The annual volume of Andes embedded SoCs has exceeded 2 billion since 2020 and is still increasing. By the end of the third quarter of 2021, the cumulative volume of Andes-Embedded â„¢ SoCs had reached 9 billion. For more information, please visit https://www.andestech.com. Follow the Andes LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube!

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