The company says its design techniques allow the 5-GHz processor to run at low voltages to save power while still achieving high performance. By lowering the operating voltage to 350 mV, the 64-bit RISC-V core runs at 1 GHz and is able to achieve 2,500 Coremarks in a 16-nm FinFET process.
The result, says the company, is a record breaking 250,000 Coremarks/watt.
"At 250,000 Coremarks/watt," says Lee Tavrow, Ph.D. co-founder of Micro Magic, "our RISC-V core significantly extends battery life for critical uses like IoT, wearables, and EVs,"
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