LeapFive Joins the Open Source FPGA Foundation as Community Member

Salt Lake City, Utah, July 14, 2021 – The Open Source FPGA Foundation (OSFPGA Foundation), a non-profit organization focused on accelerating worldwide awareness and widespread adoption of FPGA technology, today announced that LeapFive, a leading provider of smart IC solutions based on the RISC-V open-source ecosystem, is joining the OSFPGA Foundation as a community member. The OSFPGA Foundation is pleased to have LeapFive support its mission on the adoption and advancement of open-source FPGAs.
About Open-Source FPGA Foundation
The Open Source FPGA Foundation is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization with a vision and mission of accelerating the worldwide awareness and widespread adoption of FPGA technology as an integral component of semiconductors in the Autonomous & Ubiquitous Intelligence Age through the proliferation of open-source FPGA and eFPGA fabrics and associated tooling, to lower the barriers of entry. To learn more about the OSFPGA Foundation, please visit www.osfpga.org.
About LeapFive
Guangdong LeapFive Technology Co., Ltd. (LeapFive) was established in January 2020. The company focuses on research and development of AIoT SoC chip products based on the RISC-V open-source instruction set architecture, provides full-stack basic intelligent software services from operating systems to cloud platforms, and integrates ABC (AI + IoT + Block Chain) in cross-fields such as artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, and blockchain. Technology empowers the innovative applications of China’s digital economy. The company locates smart home, smart industry, smart city, smart energy, and other fields, and is committed to providing customers with customized system-level full-stack solutions from chip to software and aims to become a leading supplier and innovation in digital economy applications such as AIoT pioneer. To learn more about LeapFive, please visit www.leapfive.com

 

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Open Source FPGA Foundation

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