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What Is Innovative About RISC-V?

The first thing you hear about RISC-V is that it is free, but is that really all there is to it?

You have probably heard RISC-V described as the “Linux of CPUs”, and for some that may seem very exiting, especially if you are a stronger believer in open source. However I am more of a pragmatist and this way of “selling” RISC-V made me not…




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Erik Engheim

Erik Engheim

Geek dad, living in Oslo, Norway with passion for UX, Julia programming, science, teaching, reading and writing.

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