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CCIDnet Article: Is RISC-V Getting Better Opening Into The Mainstream Market?

By February 27, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

Recently, Western Digital released SweRV, a self-developed general architecture based on the RISC-V instruction set, which triggered a new round of attention to the commercialization of RISC-V. Since RISC-V provides a complete open instruction set, it is very promising to become Linux in the CPU field. It is precisely because of the future prospects of RISC-V that many technology giants have adopted the strategy of betting ahead of time, and more than 200 leading technology companies supporting RISC-V. However, it is also necessary to acknowledge that RISC-V still has constraints, such as: a single application scenario, insufficient ecological development and insufficient software tools. After some of the design fields have emerged, RISC-V is likely to take a long walk to enter and stabilize the mainstream market. So what is the current commercialization of RISC-V? How can RISC-V become a mainstream architecture as soon as possible?
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