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SiFive, a processor design company pursuing the open hardware model of RISC-V, is unveiling two new processor cores that go after performance applications.
San Mateo, California-based SiFive isn’t just attacking Arm-based competition at the low end of the performance range — where Arm dominates, thanks to its power efficiency and long history in the market. It’s also going after performance applications beyond the low-end embedded processor market.
SiFive is one of the companies designing RISC-V architecture processors as an alternative to Arm’s processor