RISC-V Ecosystem Events

Open vs. Proprietary ISAs at CARD 2015

The fourth workshop on Computer Architecture Research Directions (CARD 2015), held in conjunction with the 42nd International Symposium on Computer Architecture, featured a mini-panel titled “Open vs. Proprietary ISAs” with David Patterson making the case for RISC-V.A video of the panel is now available online and can be viewed on YouTube.More about the panel, including the panelists’ position statements, can be found on the CARD 2015 website.

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RISC-V Tutorial at HPCA 2015

February 8, 2015San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront Hotel, San Francisco, CA AboutThe RISC-V tutorial will provide an opportunity to learn about the existing RISC-V infrastructure from the RISC-V team. We will first introduce RISC-V, then go through the RISC-V software stack and the Rocket Chip SoC generator. During these talks, we will feature multiple RISC-V silicon implementations as well as FPGA designs and associated software tools. The later bootcamp sessions…

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RISC-V Tutorial at HPCA 2015

We will hold a RISC-V tutorial at HPCA 2015 on Sunday, February 8th.  The tutorial will start at *1:45pm*.The RISC-V tutorial provides an opportunity to learn about the existing RISC-V infrastructure from the RISC-V team. We will first introduce RISC-V, then go through the RISC-V software stack and the Rocket Chip SoC generator. During these talks, we will feature multiple RISC-V silicon implementations as well as FPGA designs and associated software…

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RISC-V at ESSCIRC-2014

We have presented our paper “A 45nm 1.3GHz 16.7 Double-Precision GFLOPS/W RISC-V Processor with Vector Accelerators” at the 40th European Solid-State Circuits Conference, which was held at Venice, Italy. This paper details our 45nm test chip, which has two 64-bit RISC-V Rocket scalar cores, each with a Hwacha vector accelerator attached to it. The paper and the talk will be available online shortly.

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RISC-V at HotChips-26

The RISC-V team was out in force at the HotChips-26 conference manning a sponsor booth.

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The Berkeley RISC-V team pose for a group shot at the end of the conference. From left to right: Steven Bailey, Henry Cook, Sagar Karandikar, Palmer Dabbelt, Krste Asanovic, Adam Izraelevitz, Colin Schmidt, Yunsup Lee, Andrew Waterman, Brian Zimmer, Scott Beamer, David Patterson.

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