Google proclaims official Android RISC-V support

Google has officially announced that Android will support the RISC-V instruction set architecture. The announcement is from the RISC-V Summit held last month.

For those unfamiliar, RISC-V is the Reduced Instruction Set Computer V architecture – an open, free-to-use standard without licensing or royalty fees. Essentially, it’s a competitor to ARM and x86 architectures on which companies can build chipsets. Particularly companies that aim to make lower-cost processors or reduce their dependence on ARM’s designs, Intel or AMD.

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