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How The Open Source Movement In Hardware Is Catching Up With Software

By August 29, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

In March 2019, the Linux Foundation announced the formation of the Common Hardware for Interfaces, Processors and Systems (CHIPS) Alliance in order to harness the power of open-source collaboration to accelerate the development of hardware. CHIPS Alliance is one such consortium which is joining hands with the tech companies in order to promote the advancement of common, open hardware for interfaces, processors and systems. The key motive behind this association is to develop high quality, open-source hardware designs, utilizing RISC-V ISA.
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