RISC-V is a reduced ISA (instruction set architecture) designed for scalability and versatility in a wide range of applications and use cases. RISC-V is rapidly gaining acceptance as an open-sourced alternative to more well-established Instruction Set Architectures (ISAs) and delivers higher processing speeds and lower latency while reducing power consumption. The supporting framework around RISC-V is growing as well, and Microchip Technology is building an ecosystem to support its portfolio of RISC-V soft computer processing units (CPUs) and PolarFire® System-on-Chip (SoC) FPGAs. As a result, RISC-V-based designs have lower power, increased flexibility, fast time-to-market, and offer Linux support without the trade-offs required by other solutions.

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