Codasip founder launches Labs group

Codasip founder launches Labs group

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By Nick Flaherty

The founder of Munich-based configurable RISC-V core developer Codasip is setting up a new Labs division.

Codasip Labs will report to company president and founder Karel Masarik and will include the recently acquired Cerberus Security Labs group as well as its university programme and develop areas such as machine learning and functional safety.

The commercial RISC-V core business remains under CEO Ron Black.

 “With Codasip Labs, we aim to extend the possible, bridging a gap that often exists between innovative research and commercialization,” said Masarik. “As semiconductor scaling is showing its limits, there is an obvious need for new ways of thinking. We will be working with universities, research institutes and strategic partners to enable innovation and empower our customers to stay at the forefront of processor architecture.”

Codasip Labs aims to boost cooperative research between Codasip and its partners, customers, and academia. The Codasip University program focuses on preparing the next generation of researchers, training the next generation of engineers, and developing solutions to solve tomorrow’s technological challenges, cooperating with companies such as Intel. Codasip’s RISC-V core is used in Intel’s Pathfinder reference design.

Codasip Labs is also taking part in setting industry standards from within the RISC-V Steering Committee and Working Groups as well as through other organizations, for example within the ecosystem forming around the EU Chips Act.;


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