RISC-V Technology

RISC-V is a free, open, universal and extensible instruction set architecture (ISA), targeting a wide range of applications. RISC-V International, a non-profit organization, drives the development and promotion of the ISA with a primary goal to establish RISC-V as a standard, universal processor architecture for all applications, from microcontrollers to high performance computing.

Syntacore is a founding member of the RISC-V International organization and one of the first commercial IP vendors who sampled RISC-V based client SoCs.

RISC-V Technology
MIT  Technology Review

Voted as “The Breakthrough Technology of 2023 by the MIT Technology Review”:

“About 3,100 members worldwide, including companies and academic institutions, are now collaborating via the nonprofit RISC-V International to establish and develop these norms. In February 2022, Intel announced a $1 billion fund that will, in part, support companies building RISC-V chips.

RISC-V chips have already begun to pop up in earbuds, hard drives, and AI processors, with 10 billion cores already shipped. Companies are also working on RISC-V designs for data centers and spacecraft. In a few years, RISC-V proponents predict, the chips will be everywhere.”

For the latest, ratified RISC-V ISA specifications visit: https://riscv.org/technical/specifications