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A broad and robust software ecosystem is key to the success of RISC-V.  RISC-V Labs brings together member companies from across the ecosystem to give developers the resources they need to build and test their software, from porting of existing  projects to development of new components that will power the next wave of computing innovation.

RISC-V Lab Partners provide one or more of the following:

  • Continuous Integration (CI) testing of open source software projects
  • CI testing resources for use by open source communities to use on their projects
  • “Sandbox” instances of RISC-V physical and virtual hardware for open source communities and projects

Through these efforts software developers can:

  • Find software regressions early on RISC-V platforms
  • Increase RISC-V recognition and public-relations
  • Engage open source communities to bring in new applications and workloads
  • Broaden  the set of RISC-V platforms available for testing and improving  the hardware and software ecosystem
  • Test RISC-V hardware earlier and more broadly

This group is continuously working to recruit new members, document best practices, and provide new resources to the open source software communities.

We currently have the following members working with us on RISC-V Labs:

  • 10xEngineers
  • Oregon State University Open Source Lab
  • PLCT Lab

To find out more about the services these members provide, have a look at our blog.

For more information on becoming a Lab Partner, see the RISC-V Labs Policy or join the Lab Partners group.

For a listing of these resources, please see the Labs Community Resources page (coming soon)!

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