Dr. Fang Zhixi, the chairman of the China Committee of the RISC-V Foundation and former vice president of Intel, talks about the emergence of RISC-V and how it has revolutionized the field of microprocessors. As an open source hardware instruction set architecture, RISC-V, born in UC Berkeley since 2010, is characterized by its simplicity, stability, complete open source and free of charge, while separating the reference and extension instructions. Customized modules and extensions by extending instructions have ushered in a new era in chip design.
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