The RISC-V Foundation says that no “CPU” RISC-V is vulnerable to “Meltdown” and “Specter”, and stressed the importance of open source development and a modern ISA to prevent vulnerabilities. In the consumer ordering system we usually use two ISAs: x86 and ARM. x86 dominates the desktop and servers. With the advent of smartphones, ARM processors have dominated the mobile market. Apart from x86 there are not many other “CISC” architectures. Instead, there are many “RISC” beyond ARM. RISC-V is one of them.

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