Could Raspberry Pi IPO be a boon for RISC-V?

And maybe even enable a better GPU?

David Harold

Raspberry Pi Group’s IPO is oversubscribed, valued at £542 million, with shares rising by 36% to £3.80. Thirty-three percent of the company is to be floated, and retail investors can participate soon. This development is positive for London’s stock market. We expect Raspberry Pi to introduce the RISC-V processor core Hazard3 and look at enhancing GPU capabilities. Hailo will provide AI accelerators for edge AI with 13 TOPS. Arm and Sony are significant shareholders. Sales are projected to reach 8.4 million units in 2024, building on over 60 million single-board computers sold. (Source: Hailo) What do we think? We usually

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