Red Hat is now officially joining the RISC-V Foundation, following its parent company IBM. With this partnership in place, the company expects to have more control and say in the developing hardware. This also opens up Red Hat to the hundreds of members that are currently part of the Foundation.
Red Hat has been working with RISC-V for some time on developing Fedora 28 which also supports RISC-V boards. Transparency has been a strong influence in this partnership as well, offering a full visual of the landscape that Red Hat is working within.
To read more, please visit https://www.linux-magazin.de/news/red-hat-tritt-risc-v-foundation-bei/. Please note that the original article is in German.