The September 8 learning event from Electronic Design will feature in-depth coverage of RISC-V architecture, hardware, software, and a robust panel discussion.
The open [standard] RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA) has taken the development community by storm as more companies have implemented chips based on RISC-V. The architecture is empowering a generation of developers by giving everyone, regardless of size, an opportunity to compete. It’s also fostered a level of customization that’s driving innovations in areas from microcontrollers to artificial intelligence.
As part of its new Engineering Academy educational platform, Electronic Design’s September 8 event on Expanding the RISC-V Ecosystem will delve into RISC-V from multiple perspectives. Each session, led by industry leaders and subject matter experts, will cover topics ranging from chip and architecture designs through software development….
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