RISC-V-based Arduino Board A Maker’s First

SiFive introduces Arduino Cinque, described as the first RISC-V-based development board for the popular open-source hardware platform. The board features Freedom E310, the industry's first commercially available RISC-V SoC. Along with the FE310 running at 320 MHz, the board also features support for 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth via the inclusion of an ESP32 chip from Espressif. Initial prototypes of Arduino Cinque will be on display at Maker Faire at the Arduino booth. For more on the exhibit, visit http://makerfaire.com/maker/entry/60546. For more info about the board, go to https://www.sifive.com/products/hifive1



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