The RISC-V processor architecture is supported by more well-known companies in the industry. About 80 companies including Google, Samsung and Qualcomm will jointly develop new RISC-V chip designs for applications such as self-driving cars. RISC-V is an open source instruction set architecture based on Reduced Instruction Set (RISC) principles. It allows anyone to design, manufacture and sell RISC-V chips and software. With equal performance, costs and energy consumption are lower. Businesses have considerable appeal. Western Digital and NVIDIA also plan to use RISC-V in some of their products, and Tesla joined the RISC-V Foundation to consider using this open source technology.
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