RISC-V and Future Data Workloads

RISC-V and Future Data Workloads

Learn how the role of data is changing in our lives, and find out why this makes alternative approaches to processing data important, by watching this short video discussion between Steffen Hellmold, VP of Corporate Strategy, and Martin Fink, CTO, as their conversation about RISC-V continues.

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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.

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