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Rivos Founder's Talk: Why RIsc-V? Why Open Source? Why is Architecture back?

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Rivos, named for RISC -V and Open Source, was founded in May 2021 to bring RISC -V to Servers. In the presentation I will talk about the company, how we are working with the RISC -V community and why full system design is important. Including comments on why Computer Architecture and Algorithm development is more important than ever.

Mark Hayter is Chief Strategy Officer & Co-Founder of Rivos Inc. For the previous 11 years he was Senior Engineering Director in the Chrome OS Hardware team at Google. His team developed new technologies for Chromebooks, produced reference implementations and worked with OEMs to bring them to market. Prior to that he was involved in systems architecture at several semiconductor companies, being VP of Systems Engineering at P.A. Semi, Inc. (acquired by Apple Inc.), Senior Manager of Hardware Systems Engineering at Broadcom Corporation and System Architect at SiByte, Inc. Earlier, Hayter was at the Digital Equipment Corporation Systems Research Center. Hayter holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Computer Architecture Group Meeting series.

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