Skip to main content
In the News

What is RISC-V and Why Has it Become Important for Java?

By March 11, 2024March 15th, 2024No Comments

RISC stands for reduced instruction set computer, and V points to its fifth release in 2015. RISC-V is the new processor architecture to watch out for. Arm-based processors, which stayed among the most popular ones in recent years, may capture a significant share of the semiconductor market, and this is why.

Arm and RISC-V are a type of processor architecture. Another well-known processor architecture type is x86.

Arm and RISC-V chips are used by various industries, from tablets to servers, but initially, they targeted the embedded market. Their design specifics allow them to offer sufficient performance while keeping power consumption low.

Read the full article.

Stay Connected With RISC-V

We send occasional news about RISC-V technical progress, news, and events.