A group of researchers have created a new instruction set that someday might completely replace x86 and ARM.
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Apparently the board is already for sale, with software compatibility having gone from zero to 80 pct of common Linux apps in six months (look out Intel). Sifive
In line with the direction of open source software to extreme modularity. It may be good to foster with FedWiki compiled for the RISC-V.