The initial capital is Core-V, a new family of open-source cores in the RISC-V architecture designed for integration into system circuits.
Pulp, an already existing core from ETH Zurich and the Bologna University, becomes a first member of the Core-V family.
Core-V will be developed within the non-profit organization OpenHW Group which has thirteen founders: Alibaba, Bluespec, CMC, Embecosm, ETH Zurich, Greenwaves, Imperas, Metrics, Mythic AI, NXP, Onespin, Silicon Labs and Thales. Additional sponsors are on their way and OpenHW Group believes that they should be a total of 25 before the end of the year.
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