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Arm has been making power efficient processors for decades. RISC-V is relativity new and many parts of its specifications aren't even ratified, but that hasn't stopped chip designers making RISC-V processors, including microcontrollers. Can RISC-V challenge Arm's power efficiency supremacy? - Let Me Explain T-shirt: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #garyexplains
RISC-V is an alternative microprocessor technology to x86 and ARM, with its instruction set architecture (ISA) being open rather than closed. This video explains what RISC-V is all about, including its origins, key market players, hardware, applications, intellectual property (IP), and the likely role of global politics and international trade barriers in determining RISC-V’s success. My previous review of the VisionFive RISC-V SBC that can run a Linux OS is here: 🤍 And my review of the Nezha RISC-V SBC that can also run a Linux OS is here: 🤍 REFERENCES Specific sources included in the video are as follows: RISC-V International: 🤍 The first RISC-V Instruction Set Manual (from 2011): 🤍 SiFive website: 🤍 and RISC-V core IP: 🤍 SiFive development boards: 🤍 Samsung to use SiFive RISC-V cores: 🤍 T-Head Xuantie product overview: 🤍 Alibaba (T-Head) open sources Xuantie RISC-V cores: 🤍 Western Digital RISC-V: 🤍 the technology brief pdf is particularly interesting: 🤍 Chinese Academy of Sciences release Xiangshan RISC-V processor: 🤍 Russia to Build 8-Core RISC-V CPUs for Laptops, Government Systems: 🤍 India selects RISC-V for semiconductor self-sufficiency contest: 🤍 More videos on computing and related topics can be found at 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 If you are looking to purchase some of the hardware items that I use in my videos, I have created an Amazon Storefront here: 🤍 Please note that as an Amazon Associate I earn a commission from any qualifying purchases you may make. Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 01:26 Open & Closed ISAs 03:55 RISC-V Origins 05:15 Market Players 08:43 Entering the Mainstream 10:34 The Third Platform #RISC-V #x86 #ARM #ExplainingComputers
The VisionFive is one of the first lower-cost RISC-V computers able to run a full version of Linux. Video includes full hardware specification, and demonstrations running Fedora Linux and various desktop applications. The VisionFive is made by StarFive 🤍 who provide support at: 🤍 In particular, there is a VisionFive “Quick Start Guide” and specification here: 🤍 You can learn more about RISC-V at 🤍 and in my video "Explaining RISC-V": 🤍 The web page providing information on SiFive’s range of RISC-V processor cores, as shown in the video, is here: 🤍 The VisionFive featured in this video was purchased from 🤍 Please note that this is NOT an affiliate link, and that this video was not sponsored by AllNet, StarFive or anybody else! More videos on SBCs and wider computing and related topics can be found at 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 01:18 RISC-V Hardware 06:57 Fedora 11:14 App Support 13:50 RISC-V Gaming 15:10 Open Computing #RISC-V #VisionFive #StarFive #ExplainingComputers
Join The ACCU Membership For Exclusive Benefits, Discounts & Reduced Conference Ticket Pricing: 🤍 - The Genius of RISC-V Microprocessors - Erik Engheim - ACCU 2022 RISC-V has been called the Linux of microprocessors, but RISC-V is a lot more than an open instruction-set architecture. It is also a radical departure from established industry conventions. We will delve into what makes the RISC-V design profoundly different from other industry standards such as x86 and ARM and how that translates into significant advantages in the design of embedded systems as well as specialized hardware for tasks such as high-performance computing and machine learning. - Erik Engheim Erik is a principal consultant who got started with Amiga Basic and 68K Assembly back in the late 80s and early 90s. He has since been programming in every possible language from AVR Assembly to Go, Swift and Julia. Erik is a book author, video course creator, and regular writer at Medium about almost anything from programming, rocket engines, space colonization, technology, UX, cryptocurrency, and history to calculating airship lifting capacity. - Videos Filmed & Edited by Digital Medium: 🤍 #accuconf #programming #microprocessor
For more background, check out our Apple and ARM video. 🤍 RISC-V is a processor architecture and instruction set developed at UC Berkeley. It's attracted huge interest from everyone from startups to tech giants because it's entirely free and open source. Most current processors come with license agreements and are proprietary intellectual property, but anyone can manufacture a RISC-V chip, or design their own new processor. Big companies like Western Digital are already announcing a switch to RISC-V, and others like Google and Nvidia have partnered with them. There's a lot of ways this project could fail, but it also has the potential to make custom processor design available to a lot of people. You probably won't be getting a RISC-V PC anytime soon, and chip makers like Intel or Apple probably aren't about to switch to RISC-V but expect these chips to start showing up in all kinds of devices very soon. For our sources check out this doc 🤍 Get More Engadget: • Like us on Facebook: 🤍 • Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 • Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 • Read more: 🤍
Arm is a RISC Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) and simultaneously a company that designs RISC CPU cores. RISC-V is also a RISC ISA, but not also a design company. Are there any other differences? Let's find out. TImecodes 00:00 Intro 00:58 History of Arm 04:02 Armv9 07:57 History of RISC-V 13:32 Differences 19:40 Future Introduction to Android app development: 🤍 Let Me Explain T-shirt: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #garyexplains
Isn't RISC-V just the Linux of microprocessors? No, and in this talk we will instead focus on the innovative instruction extension mechanism and clever design choices of the RISC-V architecture. We will look at what makes RISC-V so different and what it means to the future of the industry as well as software developers. This will be an intro to how modern CPUs work with an emphasis on RISC-V design choices compared to x86 and ARM processors. We will cover concepts such as compressed instruction sets, macro-fusion and micro-operations. Then we will talk about why the RISC-V design makes it favored by startups trying to revolutionize machine learning, high performance computing and embedded systems.
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Keynote: The Future of RISC-V has No Limits - Dr. Yunsup Lee, Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer, SiFIve Learn from one of the inventors of RISC-V the technical details behind the highest performance RISC-V processor IP, and why it is so critical for the future of RISC-V. RISC-V has grown from humble academic origins into a worldwide industry standard for an immense range of commercial products. At SiFive, RISC-V has no limits. For more info about RISC-V, a free and open ISA enabling a new era of processor innovation through open standard collaboration, see: 🤍
Nezha RISC-V SBC review, including the hardware specification of this AllWinner D1 board, and demos running Linux images from both Sipeed and RVBoards. If you like this video, you may also be interested in my review of the VisionFive RISC-V SBC here: 🤍 And my broader video "Explaining RISC-V": 🤍 Information on and software resources for the Nezha SBC are already extensive, and include: Sipeed Nezha on AliExpress (the “Standard Bundle” here is what I purchased and show in the video): 🤍 RVBoards Nezha on AliExpress (the same hardware branded from a different supplier): 🤍 T-Head Open Chip Community Nezha page (T-Head designed the RISC-V core used in the board’s D1 SoC): 🤍 AllWinner Online Learning / Developer Academy (in Chinese at the time of uploading this video, so you may need to use Google Translate): 🤍 In particular on AWOL, see the introduction to the Nezha SBC here: 🤍 Sipeed Nezha support page: 🤍 The Debian desktop image I installed that had default HDMI output is called “RVBoards_D1_Debian_lxde_img_linux_v0.4.gz” and was downloaded via: 🤍:8080/rvboards/ Along with many demos, the above image and its use is detailed here: 🤍 And this RVBoards page is also very useful: 🤍 As is this very list of Nezha / AllWinner D1 SBC resources: 🤍 A FINAL NOTE! There are a lot of Linux images available for the Nezha from various sources. However, they come in two formats. Firstly are what we may call “standard” image files specifically img or compressed img files that can can be written to a microSD card using Etcher, or the dd command in Linux, and which are therefore sometimes referred to “Linux images”. Secondly, there are images that have to be written to a microSD card using an AllWinner utility called Phoenix card, which is often used to re-image Android devices. These images are sometimes called “Windows images”, as Phoenix card is only available for Windows. More videos on SBCs and wider computing and related topics can be found at 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:58 Unboxing 03:27 Specification 07:07 Debian 10:28 Debian HDMI 12:55 RISC-V Development #RISC-V #Nezha #AllWinner #D1 #ExplainingComputers
Join our email list by clicking on the link below for free technology-related reports, educational content, and deals on our courses 🤍 RISC-V is an Instruction set architecture developed at UC Berkeley. Many startups and tech giants have noticed this technology because it is totally free and open source. Most processors come with a license agreement, but with RISC-V anyone can manufacture their RISC-V chip or design their new processor. We probably won't have a RISC-V PC anytime soon, but we can expect small devices to show up with RISC-V processors. In this video, we will learn about RISC-V, the open source hardware revolution. Advanced ESP32 - 🤍 Exploring The ESP32 - 🤍 Resources : GitHub Link 🤍 Website: 🤍 Catalog: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Email: support🤍makerdemy.com #RISC-V #Opensourcecomputing #Processor
RISC-V is one of the hottest technologies in semiconductors. In this session, we sit down with Patrick Little, CEO and chairman of SiFive, to discuss his views on the future of RISC-V: the markets, the opportunities and the customers. We explore why the market has responded the way that it has, the challenges facing RISC-V, and the exciting opportunity and potential ahead. #SiFive, #PatrickLittle, #RISCV, #innovation, #TheSixFiveSummit, #MoorInsightsandStrategy, #MoorInsights, #PatrickMoorhead, #FuturumResearch, #danielnewman The Six Five Summit is a 100% virtual, on-demand event designed to help you stay on top of the latest developments and trends in digital transformation brought to you by Futurum Research and Moor Insights & Strategy. With 12 tracks and over 70 pre-recorded video sessions, The Six Five Summit showcases an exciting lineup of leading technology experts whose insights will help prepare you for what’s now and what’s next in digital transformation as you continue to scale and pivot for the future. You will hear cutting edge insights on business agility, technology-powered transformation, thoughts on strategies to ensure business continuity and resilience, along with what’s ahead for the future of the workplace. More about The Six Five Summit: 🤍 Moor Insights & Strategy is a global technology analyst and advisory firm with actual industry experience. We have held executive-level positions in strategy, product, technology, and marketing. We are familiar with the problems you face, but we also have the problem-solving ability of industry veterans. We know how to implement. Our advantage is the ability to identify the problems to be solved in a broad, one to seven-year time horizon, anticipate the obstacles to solving them, create strategies to overcome the obstacles, and execute with precision to help companies reach their goals. Futurum Research is a global technology, digital innovation, and market disruption-focused strategy, research, and analyst firm. Our six full-time analysts have diverse backgrounds, each with a minimum of 20 years’ real-world consultative experience helping clients develop, implement, and execute innovative business strategies. Every day our team of analysts, researchers, and advisors help business leaders from around the world anticipate tectonic shifts in their industries, identify and overcome obstacles, and leverage technology and innovative thinking to gain and maintain a competitive advantage in their markets. We don’t think about solving problems, we know how to help our clients make it happen. Subscribe to the Moor Insights & Strategy YouTube channel: 🤍 Get the latest tech news and opinions on: 🤍 Follow Moor Insights & Strategy on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow Moor Insights & Strategy on Twitter: 🤍
SQUAD! Welcome back! In this video, we talk about the RISC-V processor architecture. RISC-V was created as an open source processor architecture to get away from the models that Intel and ARM had been using in charging royalties for their process architectures. We talk about how to write a simple "Hello World" for this architecture, as well as how to emulate a RISC-V process on a non-RISC-V system. Drop a like and subscribe to be alerted about new videos! 🏫 COURSES 🏫 🤍y/courses/ Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Twitch: 🤍 Join me on Discord!: 🤍
Welcome to another Cream Rises Up show! RISC-V is a processor architecture and instruction set developed at UC Berkeley. It's attracted huge interest from everyone from startups to tech giants because it's entirely free and open source. Most current processors come with license agreements and are proprietary intellectual property, but anyone can manufacture a RISC-V chip, or design their own new processor. Big companies like Western Digital are already announcing a switch to RISC-V, and others like Google and Nvidia have partnered with them. There are a lot of ways this project could fail, but it also has the potential to make custom processor design available to a lot of people. You probably won't be getting a RISC-V PC anytime soon, and chip makers like Intel or Apple probably aren't about to switch to RISC-V but expect these chips to start showing up in all kinds of devices very soon. #RISCV #opensourcehardware #RISC
This is the first in a series of tutorials which will teach you how to get started with RiscV (Risc 5) programming This tutorial assumes you have no previous experience of programming at all, and teaches assembly using the RARS simulator All the episodes have a matching text lesson on my website, and you can get the development tools and scripts, and source code as well... 🤍 I've written a book! It covers ASM programming on Z80, 6502, 68000, 8086 and ARM! It's available on amazon stores worldwide! 🤍 If you like my content, and want to see more in the future, please support me on patreon: 🤍 Or become a member on my youtube channel: 🤍 You can also support my content by buying branded merchandise from my Teespring store: 🤍 My Assembly tutorials cover a wide range of CPU's and Systems, see them all here: 🤍
When I got these new RISC-V ESP32 boards in my mail, I asked myself: Is this new technology revolutionary as written everywhere? What are the advantages for a typical Maker? Time for a closer look. But pay attention: It will be a rough ride and not for the fainthearted because we will talk about “stacks,” “IP,” “ecosystems,” and a lot about standardization. If you hang on till the end, you should have enough knowledge to impress your boss. But maybe you will not be happy. I am a proud Patreon of 🤍GreatScott! , 🤍ElectroBOOM , 🤍Electronoobs , 🤍EEVblog , and others. No Docker, No Microsoft Teams, Zoom Links: Jeroen's Video: 🤍 00:00 Intro 01:08 Content 01:42 What is RISC-V? / RISC / CISC 03:59 RISC / CISC History 04:57 The Technology Stack 06:39 Standardization and Flexibility 08:53 Most important Learning 09:33 ISA (Chip Architecture) 10:37 Corporate Strategies (why is ARM so successful?) 14:03 RTL, FPGAs, Verification 15:05 The Ecosystem 15:30 Who needs RISC-V? 16:16 Linux as an Example for Open Source development 16:44 Other Open Source Chips and why RISC-V's timing is right 17:10 The Absent 17:33 The Proof (Nvidia bought ARM) 18:51 What is Open Source? 19:46 How to order our custom chip? 20:21 The ESP32-C3 22:10 There is Hope (SpriteTM and Hackaday) 22:41 The Future of RISC-V 23:37 Where to use the ESP32-C3? 24:04 Conclusions The links above usually are affiliate links that support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to email me. This communication channel is reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases #no#midroll#ads
Learning a new assembly language is hard, especially when you don't have anywhere to test your code. This is the case with new programmers learning RISC-V architectures. There aren't a ton of boards that are designed around the RISC-V architecture yet. Luckily, I found the Sparkfun RED-V development board. In this video, we talk about how to setup a development envionrment to write code for this board. We write code to make the board talk over its preconfigured UART bus and send us a greeting! 🔥🔥🔥 SOCIALS 🔥🔥🔥 Low Level Merch!: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Twitch: 🤍 Join me on Discord!: 🤍 Code from the video: 🤍 Datasheets for the E310: 🤍
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Pineapple is a homemade 32-bit RISC-V CPU, that I was working on for the past 2 years. It runs at 500 kHz, has 512 kB RAM & program memory. VGA output is black and white picture with the resolution of 200x150 px. I would love to turn it into an open source DIY kit, what do you think? Join our Discord server and share your thoughts! IEEE Spectrum article: 🤍 For more info: 🤍 Join our Discord: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 My Hackaday article: 🤍 GitHub repository: 🤍 Robert Baruch's channel: 🤍 (This video is not sponsored by JLCPCB. I paid for everything and had a great customer service, so I have no problem sharing my experience)
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This webinar will introduce RISC-V Architecture. It will provide an overview of RISC-V Modes, Instructions and Extensions, Control and Status Registers, and Interrupts. It is targeted at embedded developers who are new to RISC-V
A field-programmable gate array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit (IC) that lets you implement custom digital circuits. You can use an FPGA to create optimized digital logic for things like digital signal processing (DSP), machine learning, and cryptocurrency mining. Because of the FPGA’s flexibility, you can often implement entire processors using its digital logic. You can find FPGAs in consumer electronics, satellites, and in servers used to perform specialized calculations. In this series, we will see how an FPGA works and demonstrate how to create custom digital logic using the Verilog hardware description language (HDL). Previously, we looked at how setup and hold time violations can cause metastability. In this episode, we build a RISC-V softcore processor for our FPGA and write a simple C test program for it. Note: you will need Linux to follow along! I did everything on a Raspberry Pi 4, but any Debian-based flavor (e.g. Ubuntu) should work. The solution to the challenge at the end of the episode can be found here: 🤍 All code examples and solutions for this series can be found here: 🤍 Bruno Levy’s learn-fpga FemtoRV repository: 🤍 Lattice Technology Library (contains SB_IO description): 🤍 RISC-V is an open source instruction set architecture (ISA) that can be used to design processors without paying a licensing fee. As a result, it is a great way to implement a softcore processor in an FPGA to learn about how CPUs work. Rather than construct a RISC-V processor from scratch (which would take an entire college course or a full series), we will use an existing implementation. Specifically, we will use Bruno Levy’s FemtoRV system-on-a-chip (SOC) core. We disable a few hardware peripherals, such as the OLED and LED matrix drivers, as we won’t use them in this episode. We then build the SOC and upload it to the iCEstick. From there, we write a simple C program that blinks the onboard LEDs, compile it, and upload it to program memory. A section of the SPI flash memory is set aside to be the program memory for the iCEstick version of FemtoRV. Your challenge is to modify the design to enable the buttons module and write a C program to demonstrate correct button operation. Note that the `-pullup yes` parameter does not work in the PCF file for this build system, so you will need to rely on the SB_IO directive instead. Product Links: 🤍 Related Videos: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Related Project Links: 🤍 Related Articles: 🤍 🤍 Learn more: Maker.io - 🤍 Digi-Key’s Blog – TheCircuit 🤍 Connect with Digi-Key on Facebook 🤍 And follow us on Twitter 🤍
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Stephano Cetola, Director of Technical Programs for RISC-V International, returns to bring Doc Searls and Jonathan Bennett up to speed on the many new developments in and around RISC-V's radically open and promising CPU architecture. Hosts: Doc Searls and Jonathan Bennett Guest: Stephano Cetola FLOSS Weekly Episode 690 More Info: 🤍 Sponsor: • kolide.com/floss Download or subscribe to this show at 🤍 Think your open source project should be on FLOSS Weekly? Email floss🤍twit.tv. Thanks to Lullabot's Jeff Robbins, web designer and musician, for our theme music. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at 🤍 Products we recommend: 🤍 TWiT may earn commissions on certain products. Join our TWiT Community on Discourse: 🤍ity/ Follow us: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 About us: TWiT.tv is a technology podcasting network located in the San Francisco Bay Area with the #1 ranked technology podcast This Week in Tech hosted by Leo Laporte. Every week we produce over 30 hours of content on a variety of programs including Tech News Weekly, MacBreak Weekly, This Week in Google, Windows Weekly, Security Now, All About Android, and more.
StarFive VisionFive is the first generation of low-cost RISC-V Linux development boards. VisionFive features RISC-V SiFive U74 Dual-Core 64-bit JH7100 processor, 8GB RAM, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, 2 x MIPI-CSI (up to 4K🤍30fps), 1 x MIPI-DSI (up to 4K🤍30fps), 1 x HDMI 1.4 (up to 1080p🤍60fps display), 4 x USB 3.0 ports and 40 pin header. The video is divided in several chapters to cover: unboxing, getting started with Fedora image, using USB to UART converter for debugging, comparison to other boards and conclusions. 0:00 Intro 1:22 Unboxing 3:08 Dimensions 3:34 Getting Started with Fedora 7:17 USB to UART 9:21 Comparison 9:00 Conclusions 11:44 Price 12:27 Conclusions Useful links: 🤍 🤍
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Their instruction page is really good! Check it out if you are interested in RISC-V based development board.