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Ventana unveils new RISC-V data center processor

By ET Bureau - December 14, 2022 1 Mins Read


Ventana Micro Systems Inc. has introduced the Veyron V1 data center processor, which is based on the open-source RISC-V instruction-set architecture.

The Veyron V1, according to Ventana, is the first RISC-V processor that can match the performance offered by the most popular data center chips. The startup also claims that its silicon can be applied in other fields. According to Ventana, businesses plan to use the Veyron V1 in everything from automobiles to 5G networking equipment. The Veyron V1 is implemented as a chiplet, claims Ventana.

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It is a small computing module that can be combined with various processor types. According to Ventana, a system-on-chip with up to 192 cores can be created by connecting several Veyron V1 chiplets together.

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