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Java 21 and 22 Now Available on RISC-V: A Collaboration Between RISE and Eclipse Adoptium

Exciting news for developers and enthusiasts in the software development world! Java versions 21 and 22 are now officially supported on the RISC-V architecture, thanks to a successful collaboration between RISE and Eclipse Adoptium.

Java has long been a foundational technology in the software landscape, powering a vast array of applications across various industries. With the rise of the RISC-V architecture, ensuring compatibility with Java opens up new avenues for innovation and growth. By bringing Java 21 and 22 to RISC-V processors, developers can now harness the full potential of both technologies.

This collaboration between RISE and Eclipse Adoptium highlights the open collaboration between different communities to improve the software ecosystem of RISC-V. But the work doesn’t stop here, and they are already working on bringing Java 17 and 11 to the RISC-V platform, ensuring that developers have access to a wide range of Java versions to suit their needs.

We invite developers and enthusiasts to explore the possibilities unlocked by Java 21 and 22 on RISC-V. Whether you’re building applications for the cloud, IoT devices, or embedded systems, Java on RISC-V opens up a world of opportunities for innovation.

For more details on this milestone, including insights into the collaboration and the journey behind it, check out Eclipse Adoptium’s announcement.

Thank you for being a part of this exciting journey. Together, we’re shaping the future of software development on the RISC-V architecture.

Stay tuned for more updates, and happy coding!

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