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Who is Using RISC-V?

Dec. 6, 2023
Open-source RISC-V continues to grab more attention as an option for building customized solutions. What's your stance on the instruction set?

This article is part of the TechXchangeRISC-V: The Instruction-Set Alternative

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There are a lot of myths about RISC-V, but it has been growing in popularity. Cores based on this open-source instruction set are of interest to those building for custom solutions. Lately, though, major semiconductor vendors have started to deliver standard components. It can be found in platforms from FPGA SoC processing complexes to 32-bit microcontrollers. 

So have you used RISC-V solutions or plan on doing so? Or are other alternatives at the top of your usage list? Comments (after the poll below) are also welcome. 

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