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Russia’s Elbrus has a RISC-V competitor as Yadro prepares native chips for launch | Gareth Halfacree, The Register

By July 15, 2021July 20th, 2021No Comments

Russia’s Yadro and subsidiary Syntacore have announced an effort to develop homegrown processors based on the free and open RISC-V architecture.

A report in local newspaper Ведомости, first spotted in the west by AnandTech, pointed to state-owned Rostec providing up to 30bn rubles (around $400m, £290m) in backing to Yadro and Syntacore to build a range of devices featuring RISC-V chips.

But Yadro’s public relations lead, Daria Galybina, told The Register it had been the subject of a “miscommunication on the part of Russian media.”

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