BKK05: Pioneering RISC-V Debian Webhosting


Welcome to the frontier of web hosting with our BKK05 server, a trailblazing platform powered by the RISC-V Debian. This server represents not just a shift in technology but an experimental leap into the future of open-source computing.


Technical Specifications

ProcessorStarFive JH7100 64bit SoC with RV64GC, up to 1.5GHz
MemoryLPDDR4, Configurable up to 8GB
Storage2TB Samsung 980 NVMe
NetworkingDual RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet
ExpansionM.2 M-Key for NVMe SSDs
USB Ports2x USB 2.0 + 2x USB 3.0
Video OutHDMI 2.0, supporting 4K resolution


The BKK05 server is equipped with a VisionFive 2 SBC at its core, featuring a StarFive JH7110 SoC. With 8GB of LPDDR4 RAM and a 2TB Samsung 980 NVMe drive, it's designed to handle web hosting and experimental server tasks with ease. Its RISC-V architecture ensures an open and versatile computing experience.

RISC-V Debian: The New Era

RISC-V brings a breath of fresh air to the server landscape, offering an open ISA (Instruction Set Architecture) that fosters innovation. Debian's adoption of RISC-V for our BKK05 server underpins our commitment to pioneering technology and community-driven development.

Web Hosting Capabilities

BKK05 runs Debian 12 (Bookworm), optimized for the RISC-V architecture. The server's configuration, which includes a robust 2TB NVMe drive, is particularly suited for web hosting, offering rapid data retrieval and ample storage for web applications.

Experimental Projects

The open nature of RISC-V and Debian makes BKK05 the perfect candidate for experimental projects. Its platform is ideal for developers looking to explore the capabilities of RISC-V architecture and contribute to the growth of the ecosystem.


The BKK05 server is a testament to our commitment to embracing open and innovative technologies. By leveraging the power of RISC-V Debian, we provide a stable and forward-thinking web hosting service while also contributing to an exciting new chapter in computing.