NASA plans to use RISC-V architecture processors in future space missions

As part of NASA’s High Performance Space Computing program (HPSC), SiFive, which developed RISC-V architecture processors, will develop HPSC processors for future space missions. Processors used in space missions need to be hardened against radiation. The HPSC processor developed by SiFive will contain 8 Intelligence X280 RISC-V vector cores and another 4 SiFive RISC-V cores and will have a hundred times the computing power of existing space computers.

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