Many companies today are exploring free, open-source hardware and software as an alternative to closed, costly instruction set architectures (ISAs). RISC-V is a free, open, and extensible ISA that’s redefining the flexibility, scalability, extensibility, and modularity of chip designs (Fig. 1). Despite its rich ecosystem and growing number of real-world implementations, there are misconceptions about RISC-V that have companies
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