RISC-V membership has grown by 130 percent to 2,478 members by 2021, including 18 Premier League members.
Participation in RISC-V working groups and committees increased by 67% last year to about 12,000 individuals.
RISC-V estimates that there are two billion RISC-V cores on the market by 2021 alone.
RISC-V Technical Development has benefited the community through member programs such as RISC-V Development Partners, RISC-V Labs, and RISC-V Development Boards.
RISC-V also started the RISC-V Mentorships and the Open Hardware Diversity Alliance.
A.D. By 2021, RISC-V will continue to focus on driver development and approval of standards and technical offerings.
Last week, RISC-V announced the approval of 15 new lists. These details, which include vector, scalar cryptography and hypervisor details, will open up new opportunities for RISC-V applications for developers in AI, ML, the IoT, connected and independent automotive and data centers.
In February, RISC-V unveiled the Fast Track Architecture Extension Process, which adjusts the approval of small architectural extensions.
Fast Track describes the development and standardization process of building construction extensions that meet certain requirements, and provides reasonable quality control under the supervision and approval of the relevant RISC-V Standing Committee.
In a related development, ZiHintPause has approved the first extension of the new fast track process, which allows engineers to reduce their energy consumption, improve spin white loop performance, and temporarily release extensions by adding one pound of multi-core courses. Policy (modified as HINT policy) for ISA.
In addition, RISC-V has expanded its industry connections to engage open source community and industry stakeholders in both technical and non-technical topics using RISC-V technology.
ISA, seL4 Foundation, and RISC-V certified seL4 micronutrients guarantee the microcarnation to be fully functional when built with an incredible C compiler, GCC to enhance the security features of the RV64 architecture.
The RISC-V and seL4 collaboration provide robust security by combining security-based architecture and operating system design.
RISC-V and CHIPS Alliance have formed a new OmniXtend Working Group focused on creating open, cache-consistent, integrated memory requirements for easy-to-use, OmniXtend data-intensive applications for designers.
The Open Hardware Diversity Alliance, a partnership between RISC-V, CHIPS Alliance, OpenPOWER Foundation and Western Digital, began offering support programs, learning opportunities, and representation for women and individuals in the open hardware community.
By providing support to the community, the program helps promote professional development, develop technical skills, recognize all ideas in technical innovations, and support career development.
With the Linux Foundation, RISC-V has launched three free online courses to help individuals learn more about how to implement and use RISC-V.
The courses are one of the most popular courses in LF history with 8,842 enrolled in the first nine months.
The first course, RISC-V (LFD110x) introduction, provides the basic knowledge needed to effectively participate in the RISC-V community, contribute to ISA specifications, and develop numerous RISC-V software and hardware projects.
The second course, RISC-V CPU Core (LFD111x), focuses on digital logic design and basic central processing unit (CPU) micro architecture and allows participants to learn a variety of new technologies that support open source hardware ecosystem, including RISC. -V, transaction level verilog and online markup IDE.
The third course, RISC-V Toolchain and Compiler Optimization Techniques, is designed primarily for RISC-V application developers, tool chain developers, composite engineers / performance engineers and computer science students who want to improve performance or reduce the code size of their applications. By Gender Software.