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Introducing RISC-V and how it Enables IoT Innovation
Open source has revolutionized the software, and now RISC-V, the new open-source Instruction Set Architecture, is revolutionizing the hardware. In this talk, we will introduce RISC-V and how RISC-V enables new innovations in IoT. Speakers David Lee is a Product Manager for the Freedom Everywhere platform at SiFive. He has been designing and architecting systems for the past 15 years, including small wireless single board computers, mobile phones and tablets, and self-driving car computers. Previously, he has worked at Marvell Semiconductor and NVIDIA Corporation. Meadhbh Hamrick is a Software Engineer and Engineering Manager with nearly 30 years of professional experience. Originally trained as a physicist, Mr. Hamrick entered the software development field in the late 1980s and has contributed to projects at Bell Canada, Borland / Inprise, IBM, Digital Equipment Corporation and Amazon. For the majority of his career he has worked in the information security field for companies such as RSA Data Security, Certicom and Cigital. In the 1980s and 1990s he developed embedded software for the manufacturing, power and logistics industries. In the 2000's, Mr. Hamrick developed security architectures for the US Federal Government, Handspring, PalmSource and Gibson Musical Instruments. He is a former Marine and enjoys outdoor activities including hiking and orienteering in the Santa Cruz and Sierra Nevada mountains. Join The meetup will be held on Google Hangouts/YouTube Live and you will be able to watch the live stream directly on YouTube: https://youtu.be/3s1hwTYxTB0 Timezones This is a virtual Meetup occurring at 8AM Pacific Time (11AM Eastern, 5PM Central European Time). For help with your timezone calculation, refer to this (https://time.is/compare/0800_05_Sep_2018_in_PT).

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