RISC-V enabled SoM provides defence-grade security: Page 2 of 2

October 29, 2020 // By Ally Winning
Sundance has launched PolarBerry, a production and deployment-ready SoM that features a hardened 64 bit, multicore real-time, Linux-capable RISC-V MPU subsystem.
Sundance has launched PolarBerry, a production and deployment-ready SoM that features a hardened 64 bit, multicore real-time, Linux-capable RISC-V MPU subsystem.

to provide access to an FMC and additional interfaces.

“With the ability to more easily access the potential of the RISC-V ecosystem, the launch of PolarBerry readily brings an open standard, defence-grade security approach to embedded systems development as a pertinent alternative to ARM,” says Flemming Christensen, Managing Director of Sundance (UK) and conclude “RICS-V has a global market presence that is growing rapidly. It is royalty-free so it can be used at minimal cost and extensible and you can add features to the instruction set as needed as well as tune it, for example, for lower power or higher throughput.”

PolarBerry is part of Microchip Technology’s “Get Launched!” campaign.

More information

https://www.crowdsupply.com/microchip/get-launched

https://www.sundance.com

https://www.sundancedsp.com

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