RISC-V International to give away 1,000 RISC-V development boards [cnx-software.com]
The best way for a new platform to get good software support is to bring hardware into the hands of developers. That's exactly what RISC-V International is doing by inviting developers to sign up for a RISC-V developer board sponsored by RISC-V and contributing members.
There are 1,000 boards on offer with 1GB to 16GB RAM depending on the target project from five companies and organizations namely Allwinner, Beagleboard.org, SiFive, Microsemi, and RIOS.
[...] If you want to apply, you can fill out your contact details and project information on a Google form [google.com]. Membership status is asked, but the initiative is also open to non-members, although it's not impossible members will get priority, as well as those part of an academic project.
Previously: SiFive to Debut a RISC-V PC for Developers in October [soylentnews.org]
SiFive Announces HiFive Unmatched Mini-ITX Motherboard for RISC-V PCs [soylentnews.org]
$119+ BeagleV "Powerful", Open-Hardware RISC-V Linux SBC Targets AI Applications [soylentnews.org]