Seagate jumps on the RISC-V bandwagon

By: Gabriele Svelto (gabriele.svelto.delete@this.gmail.com), December 9, 2020 1:38 am
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Seagate just announced that they're moving their disk controllers to use in-house developed RISC-V cores:

https://www.seagate.com/innovation/risc-v/

Contrary to WDC that released full source for the cores they developed (and some of the surrounding IP too) their material seems to very light on details.

This makes me about what's happening at Hitachi. They're a member of the RISC-V foundation but I don't remember when they joined. Maybe they also started shipping cores in their products w/o announcing it... or maybe they didn't.
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