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In the News Article: The Return Of The RISC-V HiFive1

By March 19, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

Since the Bay Area startup SiFive announced the release of their Freedom Everywhere 310 (FE310) system-on-chip (SoC) — the industry’s first commercially-available SoC based on the open source architecture—back in 2016, the RISC-V architecture has undergone what can only be called a renaissance. After nearly a decade of neglect, the last two years has seen a big uptick in the adoption of the the RISC-V standard.
The release of the first Arduino-compatible development board, called the HiFive1, was seen as a real milestone by the open hardware community and now SiFive is back with the HiFive1 Rev B, now raising on Crowd Supply.
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