RISC-V is a free and open ISA enabling a new era of processor innovation through open standard collaboration.

The RISC-V ISA delivers a new level of free, extensible software and hardware freedom on architecture, paving the way for the next 50 years of computing design and innovation.

RISC-V International is a global nonprofit association based in Switzerland. Founded in 2015 as the RISC-V Foundation with 29 members, RISC-V is now a truly global organization with 1k+ members in more than 50 countries.

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RISC-V has broken down barriers in the semiconductor industry, bringing together different companies, industries, and geographies for open collaboration. RISC-V combines a modular technical approach with an open license business model, meaning that anyone, anywhere can leverage the IP contributed and produced by RISC-V International.

Incorporated in Switzerland, RISC-V International is truly a global organization. As a non-profit, RISC-V International does not maintain any commercial interest in products or services. RISC-V also does not take a political position on behalf of any geography. We are proud to see organizations from around the world working together in this new era of processor innovation.

RISC-V Materials

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RISC-V Introduction

Learn about RISC-V, our progress, the community, membership programs, and how you can get involved.

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RISC-V Open era of computing

Calista Redmond covers RISC-V progress, where we are, and where we are going.

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RISC-V Member Benefits

RISC-V has member benefits in the Technical, Visibility, and Advocacy and Alliances.

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RISC-V International Governance

RISC-V International is governed by its Board of Directors. The Board is composed of Directors elected to represent all classes of membership to ensure we offer a strategic voice as all levels. In addition, the Technical Steering Committee (TSC) provides leadership to our technical initiatives in setting long term strategy, forming tactical committees and work groups, and approving technical deliverables for ratification or release. RISC-V International also supports and drives ad hoc and standing groups to pursue specific industry, geographic, and strategic interest through a variety of constructs. Our aim is to guide and facilitate the broadest and most effective collaboration for the benefit of our member community.