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Getting Started with RISC-V North America Roadshow Proceedings

By April 5, 2019October 1st, 2020No Comments

North America Roadshow Proceedings

April 1-4, 2019

In collaboration with the Linux Foundation, the RISC-V Foundation hosted a series of free, Getting Started with RISC-V events in Austin, Boston – Waltham, Irvine and Milpitas. These events showcased innovative RISC-V implementations from members of the Foundation.
The roadshow featured talks from Andes Technology, Antmicro, Dover Microsystems, Hex Five, Imperas, Microchip Technology, SiFive and Western Digital.
Check out the agenda and slides to learn more.

Agenda and Presentation Slides

Time Event Speaker, Affiliation Slides
8:30-9:00 Welcome and Check in
9:00-9:15 What is RISC-V? RISC-V Foundation Slides
9:15-9:35 Platform Security–A Detailed Comparison of RISC-V to ARM’s TrustZone Hex Five Slides
9:35-9:55 Bring Real-Time to Linux with RISC-V Based SoC FPGA Microchip Technology Slides
9:55-10:15 Hardware/Software Co-Design with the Open Source Renode Framework and RISC-V Antmicro Slides
10:30-10:50 Taking RISC-V into High-Performance Sockets with Custom Instructions Andes Technology Slides
10:50-11:10 Custom Instructions and Architecture Optimization for RISC-V Imperas Slides
11:10-11:30 Is There a Hole in Your RISC-V Security Stack?  Dover Microsystems Slides
11:45-12:05 SweRV Core, Production Grade, Open Source RISC-V Core Western Digital Slides
12:05-12:25 Innovation Unleashed: Solutions and Silicon Enabling the Intelligent Edge and Linux  SiFive Slides


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