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I agree that the easiest entry-point for RISC-V is in systems which run embedded firmware of some sort (even if it's a builroot Linux rootfs). Even before you get to that, there are loads of companies that still have their own home-grown instruction sets used for auxilliary functions on a larger core. Think peripherals on an SoC, SSD controllers and so on.



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