Linux-driven RISC-V module can plug into Raspberry Pi CM4 cluster carrier

Antmicro unveiled an open source RPi CM4-compatible 8220ARVSOM8221 module that runs Linux on the RISC-V based StarFive 712150 SoC. The ARVSOM can plug into Antmicro8217s new Scalenode carrier in place of the CM4 for clustering projects. RISC-V software developer Antmicro has launched its first embedded Linux driven RISC-V product. Its ARVSOM compute module uses the 8230.


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