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DataCenter Knowledge Article: Open Source RISC-V Silicon Project And Linux Foundation Form Partnership

By November 29, 2018May 12th, 2021No Comments

First fruits of the collaboration between the Linux Foundation and the open source project will be two “getting started” guides to be made available at next week’s RISC-V Summit.
Usually when you think of the Linux Foundation you think open source software. After all, in addition to its namesake Linux, the foundation is the home to some of the most well-known software on the planet. Indeed, the cloud probably wouldn’t exist as we know it without the help of the foundation, which hosts everything from Kubernetes (though it’s Cloud Native Computing Foundation) to Cloud Foundry to containerd and more.
The Linux Foundation isn’t stopping at software however. On Tuesday the Foundation announced it has entered into “a joint collaboration agreement” with the RISC-V Foundation “to accelerate open source development and adoption of the RISC-V” instruction set architecture.
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