This article explores how RISC-V, combined with open-source collaboration and standards, is enabling innovation and purpose-built technologies among software engineers, system architects, CTOs, and board designers. It also touches on the possible impact that RISC-V and open source trends could have on the future of data-centric application experiences.
March 20, 2019 by Ted Marena, Western Digital
Can IoT devices handle edge processing for machine learning and DSP? Arm's newly-announced Helium vector extension for Cortex-M processors aims to facilitate more complex development on the edge.
February 14, 2019 by Baker Lawley
What is an ecosystem and what is not? How does the term ecosystem apply to RISC-V and it's open-source architecture? Markus Levy nad Robert Oshana weigh in on RISC-V as an ecosystem, where that ecosystem is today, and discusses new developments in RISC-V.
December 20, 2018 by Markus Levy, NXP Semiconductors
Is open source changing the way we manage data? Western Digital, a data storage device company, switched to RISC-V's open-source ISA (instruction set architecture) a year ago. This month, they announced a series of open-source, collaborative initiatives that aim to make data more open, from processor cores to memory caches.
December 18, 2018 by Kate Smith
After 12 years in the making, the computer designed to work like a human brain, at the University of Manchester is finally switched on. What does this computer do? How is it made? And who is Steve Furber?
November 05, 2018 by Robin Mitchell