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RISC-V Finds Its Foothold in a Rapidly Evolving Processor Ecosystem

By July 28, 2023August 7th, 2023No Comments

Since its emergence close to a decade ago, RISC-V quickly gained the support of major chip makers, including Apple, which has put controllers in its Apple Silicon. About 10 billion chip cores based on RISC-V have shipped. Most recently, Meta announced an AI inferencing chip built on RISC-V architecture.

The chip architecture is often called a hardware equivalent of Linux. It is a free chip technology built on a contributor culture and the ethos of open source, in which a community works together to develop and improve the product.

RISC-V is a free-to-license architecture, which means anyone can fork a version of the architecture into their own chip.

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