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A RISC-V World First Independently Developed RISC-V Mainboard for a Framework Laptop from DeepComputing

By June 18, 2024June 20th, 2024No Comments

Today, RISC-V pioneer DeepComputing announced that their first RISC-V Mainboard, compatible with the Framework Laptop 13, is about to be released.

Sporting a RISC-V StarFive JH7110 SoC, this groundbreaking Mainboard was independently designed and developed by DeepComputing. It’s the main component of the very first RISC-V laptop to run Canonical’s Ubuntu Desktop and Server, and the Fedora Desktop OS and represents the first independently developed Mainboard for a Framework Laptop.

DeepComputing is leading the way in connecting developer communities, suppliers, tools and systems with the world of RISC-V.

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