Hasjim Williams

Hasjim Williams

Hasjim is a RISC-V Tech enthusiast, an individual member of the RISC-V foundation and long time open source contributor.

Hasjim works as a Firmware Engineer in his day job on Coreboot, Tianocore and Linux Device Drivers. In his spare time, he enjoys tinkering with FPGAs, RISC-V and other projects. He has worked with other open hardware contributors, both in hardware and software.

RISC-V - SBI on Litex FPGA SoCs and other hardcores

The SBI interface on linux-on-litex-vexriscv allows us to boot Linux, on a 32-bit vexriscv RISC-V processor, with a few tiny peripherals attached.

This should allow us to run Linux on the smallest 25k LUT FPGAs from Xilinx, or Lattice Semiconductor amongst others.