Reduced instruction set computer - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduced_instruction_set_computer
A reduced instruction set computer, or RISC (/rɪsk/), is a computer with a small, highly optimized set of instructions, rather than the more specialized set often found in other types of architecture...
RISC-V International
https://riscv.org/
RISC-V International is chartered to standardize and promote the open RISC-V instruction set architecture together with its hardware and software ecosystem for use in all computing devices.
What Does RISC and CISC Mean in 2020? | by Erik Engheim | Medium
https://medium.com/swlh/what-does-risc-and-cisc-mean-in-2020-7b4d42c9a9de
Now that Apple has released the M1 ARM chip you may wonder what actually is the difference between a RISC and CISC chip today? Some claim there is not difference but is that true?
What is RISC and CISC Architecture and their Differences
https://www.watelectronics.com/risc-and-cisc-architecture-their-differences/
RISC stands for 'Reduced Instruction Set Computer Whereas, CISC stands for Complex Instruction Set Computer. The RISC processors have a smaller set of instructions with few addressing nodes.
Difference Between RISC and CISC Architecture and Their Applications
https://www.elprocus.com/difference-between-risc-and-cisc-architecture/
What is RISC? A reduced instruction set computer is a computer that only uses simple commands that can be divided into several instructions that achieve low-level operation within a single CLK...
RISC-V opens up processor design | ZDNet
https://www.zdnet.com/article/risc-v-opens-up-processor-design/
RISC-V, pronounced 'Risk-Five', is a new architecture that's available under open, free and non-restrictive licences. It has widespread industry support from chip and device makers...