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EETimes Article: 8 Top Innovations Of 2017

By January 2, 2018May 12th, 2021No Comments

A few crack grad students and professors at Berkeley have done a lot in the past few years to spawn a new microprocessor architecture unencumbered by royalties. Their efforts also sparked new possibilities for open source hardware. Even the veteran co-founders of this movement are amazed this could happen given the consolidation and maturity of today’s semiconductor industry. This is arguably an award that could be held until next year given the first RISC-V SoCs to run Linux — a major milestone — won’t be commercially available for a few weeks.
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