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Single-board computer startup MangoPi has shown off prototypes of a low-cost development board based on the recently-open sourced XuanTie C906 RISC-V core — and promises that its own design will be released as open source once testing is complete.

Built around the same Allwinner D1 system-on-chip as the Nezha Linux-capable development board, the MangoPi-MQ1 — codenamed Sparrow — offers a single 1GHz 64-bit pre-ratification RISC-V core: The XuanTie C906, which Alibaba’s T-Head division recently released under the permissive Apache 2.0 open source license.

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