|ARM launches PR attack on RISC-V|
|By Thom Holwerda on 2018-07-09 19:18:46|
Anybody remember Microsoft's "get the facts" campaign? Well, ARM is having its "get the facts" moment, with the British company launching a site to disparage the open source RISC-V architecture.
The instruction set architecture (ISA) is the foundation of all chip or System-on-Chip (SoC) products. It is therefore one of the most fundamental design choices you will make. If you are considering using an open-source ISA, such as RISC-V, it is critical to understand the key factors you should consider as part of your go-to-market strategy.
It seems odd for ARM - riding high as it is - to attack RISC-V like this, which seems to barely be making a dent anywhere.
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