ASUS introduces the first RISC-V-based single tablet PC. Tinker V, as the device is called, will receive initial Linux Debian and Yokto support. SBC will target industrial IOT developers.
ASUS Tinker V processor It is the company’s first RISC-V-based single tablet computer. sbc features a Renesas RZ/Five-soc with a single AndesCore AX45MP-RISC-V core running at 1GHz. Furthermore, the Tinker V has 1GB of DDR4 memory and the single-board computer can be optionally equipped with 16GB of eMMC storage.
Tinker V also offers two 1Gb/s Ethernet ports, two Headers can be moved2 RS-232 ports, a micro SD card reader, and a 20-pin gpio connector. ASUS targets the single-board computer at iot developers, so sbc has no display connections. The power supply is controlled via a DC connection. ASUS will start shipping Tinker V samples in the second quarter, Phoronix writes. The company has not yet announced an exact release date or suggested retail price.
RISC-V One Set Architecture Instructions, which was originally developed by the University of California Department of Computer Science. This isa is open source, allowing chip designers to design chips based on this for free. others riskBuilds, like Arm’s, are only licensed for a fee. Many companies are active around RISC-V-isa. At the beginning of this year, Google introduced Android support for RISC-V. Later this year, Intel and SiFive will launch a single-board computer based on the RISC-V soc. Intel previously invested $1 billion in instruction set architecture.
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