Accelerating the RISC-V Ecosystem (Western Digital video)

In this short video with Steffen Hellmold, VP of Corporate Strategy, and Martin Fink, CTO, learn about accelerating the RISC-V ecosystem: 1. The current state of the ecosystem; 2. What it needs now and the work that must be done.

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Western Digital CTO Martin Fink speaking at RISC-V Summit

“For those who say, I want to be part of defining, inventing and creating where the world’s going to be and how the next generation of applications are going to be optimized, this is the time to be involved.” –Martin Fink

For more information about RISC-V, you can read our previous blog articles or visit our Innovation page to watch Martin’s keynote speech about RISC-V enabling a new era of open data-centric computing architectures.

Plus, follow @WesternDigiCTO on Twitter for news and views from the Office of the CTO.

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