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SiFive launches Cortex-A75 like RISC-V core debuting on Intel dev kit

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SiFive has launched a Cortex-A75 like, RISC-V RV64GC “Performance P550” core plus a lower-end “Performance P270” that adds RVV extensions. The P550 core is being deployed by Intel in a new RISC-V dev platform.

In Oct. 2019, leading RISC-V IP developer SiFive, Inc. announced a next-gen U8-Series platform for high-end Linux driven processors, starting with a U84 core. The company has now announced the availability of the first U84-based core IP: the SiFive Performance P550. The highly area-efficient core design delivers a SPECInt 2006 score of 8.65/GHz, “making it the highest performance RISC-V processor available today,” says SiFive.

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Also: SiFive Announces The Performance P550 As The Fastest RISC-V Processor Yet

SiFive Performance P550 is the fastest 64-bit RISC-V processor

  • SiFive Performance P550 is the fastest 64-bit RISC-V processor so far

    SiFive has announced two RISC-V “Performance” cores with Performance P550 that should be the fastest 64-bit RISC-V processor so far with a SPECInt 2006 score of 8.65/GHz, as well as a Performance P270 Linux capable processor with full support for the RISC-V vector extension v1.0 rc.

Canonical enables Ubuntu on SiFive’s HiFive RISC-V boards

  • Canonical enables Ubuntu on SiFive’s HiFive RISC-V boards

    With Canonical announcing Ubuntu support for so much new hardware, the announcement of Ubuntu ported to a new architecture can go unnoticed. But today, we have a big one. Working with the leading RISC-V core IP designer and development board manufacturer, SiFive, we are proud to announce the first Ubuntu release for two of the most prominent SiFive boards, Unmatched and Unleashed.

Canonical Gives RISC-V a HiFive

  • Canonical Gives RISC-V a HiFive

    Canonical have announced that its Ubuntu operating system now supports two RISC-V boards from SiFive, the HiFive Unleashed and HiFive Unmatched.

    SiFive might sound familiar. That’s because Intel has reportedly offered to acquire the company for $2 billion, said it will make SiFive’s chips, and revealed plans to incorporate the new SiFive P550 processors into its 7nm Horse Creek platforms.

    The HiFive Unleashed and HiFive Unmatched preceded those announcements. The HiFive Unleashed has actually been discontinued, so curious enthusiasts who haven’t already purchased one will have to opt for the HiFive Unmatched instead.

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