At the RISC-V Summit, which took place virtually on December 8-10, the US storage company Seagate announced that it has designed two processor cores that implement the open source instruction set - RISC-V.

One is designed for high performance, the other is optimized for a small silicon footprint. The first has already been implanted in a chip and has demonstrated its functionality on a magnetic hard disk (HDD).

Cecil Macgregor, Seagate Vice President : "Today we made it possible to add custom RISC-V cores to our portfolio, an essential step for our future products. These cores will allow equipment to share the same open RISC-V architecture and continue to ensure data flow. company. "

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