Red Hat Research Quarterly
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Richard Jones has been using Linux since the early 1990s, joining Red Hat in 2007. Richard is now a Senior Principal Software Engineer in Red Hat’s R&D Platform team.
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RHRQ first looked at the Unikernel Linux (UKL) project—a joint effort involving professors, PhD students, and engineers at the Boston University-based Red Hat Collaboratory—almost two years ago (RHRQ 3:3, November 2021). This previous article covered the background of unikernels in detail, but in brief: an application links directly to a specialized kernel, a lightly modified […]
Extensions available in RISC-V enable the customizations that make it ideal as a basis for open innovation. Here’s the extension situation as it stands today. RISC-V is a new Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) that, over the next decade, will compete with x86-64 and ARM in all areas, from the lowest-end IoT devices all the way […]