Canonical enables Ubuntu on Milk-V Mars, a credit-card-sized RISC-V SBC


May 28th, 2024 – Canonical announced that the optimised Ubuntu 24.04 image is available for Milk-V Mars, the first credit-card-sized high-performance RISC-V Single Board Computer (SBC) delivered by Shenzhen MilkV Technology Co., Ltd.

RISC-V, a new paradigm in silicon development 

Open standards and collaboration are vital to hardware and software in industries, and have been instrumental in reshaping our world. RISC-V is the most prolific and open Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) in history, which has led the hardware community to embrace open standards and collaboration at this level.

This open ISA is enabling a new era of processor innovation through open-standard collaboration and rapid industry-wide adoption. The RISC-V ISA is an open standard that enables silicon vendors to design their solutions using an open and standard instruction set as a baseline , making it a fast fit with open source development and a strong contender for the industry standard ISAs across the…

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