À la carte processing units could be the future of computing — and this 192-core RISC-V processor with built-in accelerators could be AMD and Intel’s most formidable rival yet

Ventana has launched its Veyron V2 RISC-V processor design targeting data center operators and hyperscalers in an effort to help them design their servers with high precision and at a much faster scale.

Shortly after launching the Veyron V1 chiplets earlier this year, the company is rolling out a successor that can offer an IO hub and accelerators that work with the UCI-Express chiplet connectivity standard to provide 192 cores per socket.