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RISC-V, Open Source Hardware and CHIPS Trends | John Blyler, ChipEstimate

By February 1, 2020April 28th, 2021No Comments

The end of 2019 and start of 2020 witnessed a flurry of activities in the RISC-V and Open Source hardware and software communities.
In December, the OpenHW Group announced the CORE-V Chassis SoC project, which include the CORE-V family of open-source RISC-V cores. These IP cores and associated tools consist of a Linux capable 64-bit processor coupled with a 32-bit coprocessor and are intended to accelerate the design process and ensure manufacturability of high-volume chip production (see Figure 1).

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