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UW Technology Introduces World's First PD Plus Controller Chip with Integrated RISC-V Core

via:充电头网     time:2019/6/2 0:01:49     readed:204

UPD350The series product hardware platform is equipped with:

● 32-bit RISC-V core, on-chip Flash/SRAM and other MCU subsystems

● TCPM/TCPC hierarchical PD3.0 controller supporting SRC/SNK/DRP mode

● Up to 16 channels of 12bit SAR ADC

● Enhanced Peripheral PWM/I2C/SPI/UART/GPIO

● Integrated HVLDO high voltage power supply

● AON low power sleep mode

UPD350Series product software platform configuration:

● FreeRTOS embedded open source operating system

● Full-featured PD Library

● Flexible and easy to use CLI user interface

● Eclipse-based IDE integrated development environment

With its powerful hardware and software platform configuration, designers can more rationally and effectively utilize the resources of on-chip MCUs, simplify the design of differentiated application software, shorten system development time, and better ensure the real-time and reliability of the system. Implement application development of PD Plus.

Huang Yonghua, CEO and founder of U-Tech, explained that embedding the RISC-V core into the PD protocol controller gives us a new degree of freedom and gives us enhanced features for future innovative applications, such as protocol upgrades. Power management, multi-protocol multi-port multi-application extensions, and more. The company implanted the RISC-V core in the early stages of FPGA system verification to meet the needs of those looking for flexible, reliable and innovative customers. Proven, the RISC-V instruction set is stable and reliable, and there are no obligations or license agreements that prohibit product design, long-term development or technology transfer. U-Tech chose RISC-V as the basis for future PD Plus controllers.

U-Tech has always been a leading supplier of PD/TYPE-C chip solutions, dedicated to creating open platforms and differentiated applications. It is understood that the newly released controller products are the world's first SoC system-on-chip chip based on RISC-V to implement PD/TYPE-C, and one of the pioneers in China to adopt RISC-V ISA development chip products.

Founded in December 2015, UWE Technologies Corp., LTD is a start-up for the design, development and sales of SoC integrated circuit chips in the fields of consumer electronics, industrial control, communications technology and automotive electronics. the company. Headquartered in Weihai High-tech Development Zone, it has a research and development center in Shanghai. The company's team members come from top IC design companies at home and abroad, with an international vision and more than 15 years of relevant work experience. At present, the company is committed to the development and marketing of USB PD/Type-C, industrial control, IoT IoT products, and the second generation of ASIC commercial products based on USB PD / Type-C standard.

The company respects the enterprise spirit of “Struggle, Innovation and Responsibility” and pursues the business philosophy of “pragmatic, honest and win-win”. It is based on a new management model, perfect technology, ultimate service and excellent quality. Create an ecosystem of healthy, complete and win-win segments of the chip market segment.

The RISC-V fifth-generation reduced instruction set architecture was designed and released by UC Berkeley, and its goal is to become the Linux in the instruction set architecture, covering applications such as embedded devices, desktop computers, and high-performance computers. . The RISC-V instruction set has several features such as simplicity, modularity, scalability, superior performance, and open source free. In the past two years, RISC-V has received extensive attention and attention from academia and industry. The industry recognition of RISC-V architecture has rapidly increased and it has shown a rapid development trend.

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