September 6, 2013 AT 10:32 am
#ohsummit @ohsummit – Julius Baxter. Open Chip Development: What there is to gain, and is it possible?
Julius Baxter. Open Chip Development: What there is to gain, and is it possible?
You can check out his work here.
The aim of the OpenRISC project is to create free and open source computing platforms.
The project strives to provide:
▪ a free, open source RISC architecture with DSP features
▪ a set of free, open source implementations of the architecture
▪ a complete set of free, open source software development tools, libraries, operating systems and applications
He words on OpenRISC project where he develops CPU implementations and low-level software.
Open cores here.
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