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Engadget sat down with Calista Redmond from RISC-V International, Krste Asanović from SiFive, Ted Marena of Western Digital, and Art Swift from Esperanto Technologies to talk about RISC-V.

This is an open-standard processor architecture that hopes to open up chip design to many companies from startups to major firms. RISC-V enables companies to design their own chips without paying license fees to the big industry players like Intel and ARM, and provides a structure for companies to produce their own custom processors, micro-controllers and chips.

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