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32-bit RISC-V MCUs have internally developed CPU core

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Electronics Semiconductors MCU microcontrollers RISC-V-based semiconductor

RENESAS R9A02G021 group of general-purpose 32-bit RISC-V-based microcontrollers (MCUs) are built with an internally developed CPU core. MCUs provide embedded systems designers a clear path to developing a wide range of power-conscious, cost-sensitive applications based on the open-source instruction set architecture (ISA). MCUs are designed to serve multiple end markets, such as IoT sensors, consumer electronics, medical devices, small appliances and industrial systems. Designers have access to a full-scale development environment for the device, allowing them to significantly reduce costs, engineering resources and development time. The first generation of general- purpose MCUs are based on the internally developed RISC-V core by Renesas that will roll out over the next several years.

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