ROMA, the world’s first RISC-V notebook, is released

RISC-V architecture is seen as the third way for China's chip industry after x86 and ARM architecture, and many believe that RISC-V architecture may be the key to the rise of China's core.

Recently, the 10th Annual Open Source OS Technical Conference was held in Beijing, where the world's first RISC-V development laptop, ROMA, was officially released and shipped with the openKylin operating system as standard.

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It is understood that ROMA is the world's first native RISC-V development laptop, managed by the RISC-V Foundation, developed by Deep Digital Intelligence and debugged by Forensic Technology, to experience native RISC-V development and the RISC-V software ecosystem.

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However, no specific parameters of the ROMA were officially announced at the conference. The PPT only revealed information such as the use of a 4-core 12/22nm processor, 4/8/16GB of RAM and future support for ChromeOS.

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Unlike Win computers, ROMA has its own shortcut key, to the left of the "Alt" key, with the RISC-V logo, which can currently be used to open the RISC-V website, etc. Other shortcuts should be available in the future.

After the introduction of openKylin, openKylin has optimised the ROMA with special RISC-V technology, including kernel & support layer, scalable OS architecture, hardware device drivers, etc. It provides more than 10,000 software packages for developer support environment, and the software ecology includes openKylin's own research, FireFox, etc.

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For consumers, it will be a few years before they can use affordable RISC-V laptops, but the greater significance of ROMA is that it will help the development of RISC-V chips and the development of Chinese cores.

Author: King
Copyright: PCSofter.COM

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