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Zephyr Project RTOS Gets RISC-V Partners, Board Support

By August 20, 2018May 12th, 2021No Comments

The Zephyr Project, which maintains an eponymous open-source real-time operating system (RTOS) for the Internet of Things (IoT) under The Linux Foundation, has announced partnerships with SiFive and Antmicro to add RISC-V support to the platform.
“RISC-V is about creating open source platforms for the entire world to collaborate on, but hardware doesn’t exist without software,” explains SiFive’s Jack Kang of the partnership that sees his company becoming a Zephyr Project member. “Given SiFive’s leadership role in the RISC-V ecosystem, joining the Zephyr Project is a natural step, as the vision of a well-supported, robust open-source RTOS is important to the RISC-V revolution.”
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