In a bid to bring RISC-V to the high-performance, data center computing space, Ventana announced their Veyron family, a series of processors positioned to offer the flexibility needed to drive innovation.
Choosing last week’s RISC-V summit as the venue, Ventana Micro Systems announced its upcoming Veyron V1 high performance RISC-V processor. The V1 is the first entrant to the Veyron family, a series of high performance chiplets and IP designed for server/data-center grade applications.
Ever since RISC-V was openly released in 2015, it has gained considerable traction as an open, collaborative, and extensible microprocessor. While other processor architectures are proprietary, RISC-V ensures that anyone can use the architecture to promote development and growth in the engineering and compute communities.