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jqknews Article: Turing Award Winners Lead Tsinghua And Berkeley To Build RISC-V International Open Source Laboratory

By June 17, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

As a world-renowned top scientist in the field of computer architecture, David Patterson first proposed the Reduced Instruction Set (RISC) system. The Fifth Generation Reduced Instruction Set (RISC-V) is the latest generation of Berkeley RISC processor instruction set, which was first released in 2011 by the University of California team led by Professor Patterson. The development of RISC-V hardware and software technology has attracted worldwide attention.
In particular, the instruction set is completely open source and free of charge. Academic David Patterson has always insisted on the open source of original knowledge achievements, hoping to promote RISC-V globalization through non-commercial open source movement and form a new open source CPU ecological system.
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