SG2042 Newsletter (2023-08-25 #005)

Editor’s Note

Welcome to the fifth issue of the SG2042 Newsletter and thank you for your continued interest and support. In this issue, we focus on exploring the cutting edge of technology innovation and bring you a series of exciting content about the RISC-V Summit China 2023.


  • On August 23, 2023, RISC-V Summit China was grandly opened at Shangri-La Hotel in Beijing! Calista Redmond, CEO of RISC-V International, delivered the opening keynote speech, and Lei Wang, Senior Vice President of SOPHGO, brought a wonderful talk and sharing session for all the attendees.

  • On August 22, 2023, Philipp Tomsich, the Chairman of the RISC-V International Software Committee, and his delegation visited SOPHGO for guidance and exchange. They were received by Lei Wang, Senior Vice President of SOPHGO. Both sides had in-depth discussions on cutting-edge technologies and applications in the field of AI and RISC-V.

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  • On behalf of SOPHGO, Jinian Lu, Director of RISC-V Product Line, participated in the 2023 RISC-V Summit China and delivered a speech on “RISC-V, the Open Source Revolution that Disrupts Traditional Hardware Products”.

  • SG2042 (EVB) Server Board, SG2042 Development Board and Milk-V Pioneer Box are on display during the RISC-V Summit China.

  • SOPHGO showcased the industry’s first RISC-V fusion server cluster at the summit.

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Most of the code is already open-source and can be obtained from repositories such as Sophgo Technologies · GitHub. The following are some useful repo resources:

Linux kernel

  • PCIe driver optimized


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