RISC-V is an open source instruction set architecture, which allows people to build and customize computer processors for a wide range of needs. It’s been praised for driving technological innovation in cutting-edge fields. And its popularity has grown in China in recent years. On Wednesday, Beijing hosted the third RISC-V Summit China. Liu Jiaxin reports.
Enthusiasts of the open-source instruction set RISC-V have gathered at this venue in the Chinese capital. Just a few years ago, the community in China was considered small. But these days, the one-thousand participants at this summit in Beijing fails to capture the true extent of its popularity in the country.