MIPS Returns to Silicon Valley, Eyes Burgeoning AI Market

The custom CPU manufacturer MIPS has returned to its roots in Silicon Valley, and it’s already plotting its comeback. Can the small CPU firm still find a place at the AI table?

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Imagination’s I6500 CPU adds heterogeneous compute, multi-clustering, will power self-driving cars

MIPS-Robot
Imagination Technologies announced a new MIPS core this week, and the chip has already stacked up a significant design win in the self-driving car market.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/237527-imaginations-i6500-cpu-adds-heterogeneous-compute-multi-clustering-will-power-self-driving-cars?source=Computing

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Imagination Technologies fights for mindshare with academic MIPSfpga program

MIPS Core
Imagination Technologies has just announced a new MIPS FPGA designed for academic use. The MIPSfpga will give students and researchers access to the underlying RTL, not just a core license.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/204247-disarmed-imagination-technologies-fights-for-mindshare-with-academic-mipsfpga-program

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RISC rides again: New RISC-V architecture hopes to battle ARM and x86 by being totally open source

Prototype RISC-V chip
A new instruction set by the original creator of MIPS aims to reinvent the ultra-low power, high-efficiency processor — and to do so with an architecture that’s fundamentally open and available to anyone who wants to build a chip. Can that approach succeed in the modern era?

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/188405-risc-rides-again-new-risc-v-architecture-hopes-to-battle-arm-and-x86-by-being-totally-open-source

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Qualcomm, Oracle, Imagination team up to optimize Java, OpenWRT, Internet of Things for MIPS architecture

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Imagination Technologies wants to reinvigorate MIPS with its own new collaborative effort but is there any room for the once-mighty titan of supercomputing? Open source or not, it’s got a tough road ahead.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/182966-qualcomm-oracle-imagination-team-up-to-optimize-java-openwrt-internet-of-things-for-mips-architecture

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