Intel in talks to acquire RISC-V firm SiFive for $2 billion
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Intel isn't the only one interested in SiFive
Chip giant Intel has reportedly offered $2 billion to acquire SiFive, a chip startup founded in 2015 by researchers out of UC Berkeley, that designs computing cores using the RISC-V platform, which is often touted as an open source architecture.

SiFive is reportedly weighing the offer from Intel, which already has an investment in the startup, shared Bloomberg citing unnamed sources familiar with the matter.

Earlier this year, Intel's CEO Pat Gelsinger counted SiFive as one of the customers of the company's new Intel Foundry Services division and announced that the two were working together to allow RISC-V…
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