RISC-V is often associated with embedded projects. Now, the open-source ISA may be a more common player in higher-end computing markets.
Founded in a UC Berkeley lab over 10 years ago, the RISC-V Foundation is known for its revolutionary success in building an open-source ISA.
At first, the project was aimed at low-power embedded processors, but the ISA has evolved significantly since those days. Since its inception, the project has grown to over 2,000 members, formed a strategic partnership with the Linux Foundation, and powered hundreds of industry and academic projects.