This is the list of technology companies, NGOs and academic institutions that currently use PULP. Does your company or institution use PULP? Please, contact us. We would love to add you to our list.
Open HW group is a new not-for-profit global group that aims to boost the adoption of open-source processors.
PULP Platform is proud to contribute to the Core-V family of cores by OpenHW group.
lowRISC works in close collaboration with PULP and uses PULP's components and processor cores. Explore more on GitHub.
STMicroelectronics collaborated with PULP platform to showcase their FD-SOI technology. More on this can be found in the paper 'Energy-Efficient Near-Threshold Parallel Computing: The PULPv2 Cluster'.
GLOBALFOUNDRIES has a direct collaboration agreement with PULP for exploring design methodologies in their 22 FDX technologies. A joint presentation with PULP can be found here.
Dolphin Integration, a leader in energy-efficient IPs is using an adapted version of our
Zero-riscy in their RISC-V subsystem called RV32 Tornado. Read more about it on their website.
CEVA-DSP, the licensor of signal processing platforms and IoT processors, started using our Zero-riscy to offer turnkey hardware platforms with FreeRTOS and communication stacks running on it. Find out more.
Mentor uses our PULPino microcontroller system because it allows them to showcase their tools without being encumbered by licensing restrictions.
Cadence uses PULPino as a reasonably-sized design for their training modules for their EDA tools without having to worry about license restrictions.
OneSpin Solutions uses PULPino to demonstrate EDA products, for customer training and to test
the RISC-V Integrity Verification Solution.
Imperas offers RISC-V Open Virtual Platform Simulator (riscvOVPsim) for RISC-V software development and compliance testing, supporting also our RISC-V cores.
Silicon Labs works with PULP to extend the functionality of processor cores for deeply embedded heterogeneous applications. They have a uC/OS version for RISC-V and planned a port to the PULP platform.
Axiomise is a vendor-neutral formal verification training, consulting & services company. They use the PULP platform to help verify some of the RISC-V cores for the PULP team.
Ashling provides a comprehensive tools solution for PULP RISC-V based cores, including C/C++ cross-compiler support for any RISC-V ISA with custom extensions. Learn more.
ACP uses PULP-derived cores in their new generation of RF SoCs for cellular IoT products.
Valtrix recently enabled their IP/SoC verification platform on the open source test bench of PULPino. Learn more.