Andes Technology

Hsinchu City 300042


About Andes Technology

Andes devotes itself in developing high-performance/low-power 32/64 -bit processors and its associated SoC platforms to serve the rapidly growing embedded system applications worldwide.


10F., No. 1, Sec. 3, Gongdao 5th Rd., East Dist.
Hsinchu City 300042

More Info on Andes Technology

Andes Technology, established in 2005, actively supports RISC-V for automotive applications. The company became a founding member of the RISC-V Foundation in 2016 and achieved significant milestones, including the delivery of the NX25F and N25F RISC-V CPUs in 2017. These two CPUs gained popularity, with over 200 licensed projects and more than 500Million shipments. 

One notable achievement is Andes' Development Process certification with ISO 26262 ASIL-D, marking it as the first RISC-V CPU IP vendor to compliant with ISO 26262 standards. In 2022, Andes delivered the first fully compliant RISC-V CPU certified with ISO 26262. The company continues to deliver cores certified with ISO 26262, such as the D25-SE, D45-SE, and D23-SE.

Andes addresses systematic faults and hardware random faults while providing insights through FMEDA reports. In addition, the company places a high priority on safety assurance, adhering to industry standards like ISO 9001 for quality management.

Collaborations with suppliers including Vector AUTOSAR, Rambus, Secure-IC, and Virtual Open System emphasize Andes' commitment to fostering a robust ecosystem for automotive design. Compiler and debugger support from industry leaders like IAR and Green Hills further enhance the functionality of RISC-V CPUs. With over 18 years of experience, Andes remains committed to customer success in the automotive industry. Its rich ecosystem and competitive product portfolios prioritize safety and compliance, making it a reliable partner in automotive design and innovation. 

Andes RISC-V CPU families range from tiny 32-bit cores to advanced 64-bit Out-of-Order processors with DSP, FPU, Vector, Linux, superscalar, automotive and/or multi/many-core capabilities. By the end of 2023, the cumulative volume of Andes-Embedded SoCs has surpassed 14 billion.

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The Rise of RISC-V and ISO 26262 Compliance

May 2, 2024
Can RISC-V meet ISO 26262 standards and reshape the automotive industry when it comes to functional safety? The latest trends suggest it’s already happening.

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