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Rapid Embedded Prototyping with SiFive Software

Join us for a one-hour webinar to learn how to develop embedded software for RISC-V processors using the SiFive Freedom E SDK. We will review the environment dependencies, architecture, and implementation of the software and the processor-agnostic APIs. Based on an understanding of this, we will set up a development environment, compile, debug and run some benchmarks on a RISC-V processor. 

The SiFive Freedom E SDK is a software development kit consisting of demo programs, industry standard benchmarks, and board support packages (BSPs) for SiFive RISC-V core IP and hardware targets including FPGA and development boards.

Key Learnings

  • Software development on RISC-V processors using the SiFive Freedom E SDK
  • Freedom E SDK architecture and implementation details
  • Software development environment dependencies and how to configure them
  • SiFive E Series standard core configuration and how to evaluate it

Can’t attend? Please register anyway and we will send you a link to the recording after the webinar. 

 

Speakers

Moderator : Bernard Murphy

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Sam Grove

Director, Product Management
SiFive, Inc.

Sam Grove is the Director of Product Management for software at SiFive. He has 15 years of experience in embedded software, operating systems and community-driven open source software development. Prior to joining SiFive, he worked at Arm for over six years in various software architecture, applications and engineering management positions. Sam earned his BS degree in electrical and electronics engineering at California State University – Long Beach.

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Bunnaroath Sou
Engineering Manager, RISC-V Tools
SiFive, Inc.

With nearly three decades of experience in engineering, Bunnaroath Sou serves as Engineering Manager of RISC-V Tools at SiFive. Prior to joining SiFive, he was a principal engineer at Juniper Networks for over eight years. Before that he was a technical leader at Cisco for almost 10 years. Bunnaroath earned his BE degree in computer engineering at the University of Newcastle.



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The SiFive Connect webinar series is designed to be highly educational and interactive, offering attendees a direct connection to industry experts. Each one-hour long webinar will take place twice on the same day – once at 9 a.m. PDT and again at 6 p.m. PDT enabling our global audience to choose the time that works best for them. If you are unable to attend either of the events, please register anyway and we will send you a link to the recording after the webinar. 

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