RISC-V has been described as the “open silicon” of the technology revolution spurred by open hardware and open software. The ability to understand and innovate upon computer architectures has been a weak element of academic research and collaborative professional communities due to the typical proprietary nature of chip designs. Now open architectures can be combined with open hardware and software to provide unique and advanced solutions to tackle problems in our rapidly growing and complex technological world.
Modern software and new standards enable more developers to tackle the embedded systems and IoT markets Open, flexible, and neutral ecosystem tools improve growth for hardware and toolchain providers December 1, 2020, PlatformIO Labs, the corporate sponsor of the beloved PlatformIO.Org next-generation, professional collaborative platform for embedded development, today announces joining the Eclipse Foundation as a contributing member to introduce a tighter integration with the Eclipse ecosystem.
A free, modern software development ecosystem is the perfect complement to support open hardware communities. November 23, 2020, PlatformIO Labs, an independent provider of next-generation technology for the embedded systems industry, joins the OpenHW Group to bring its extensive expertise in the development and design of modern embedded development environments to the open hardware community.