Tag: MIPS64


UPDATE: ELVEES’ new ELISE SoC targeting ADAS, smart devices, IoT, augmented reality and other computer vision applications has been announced in a press release earlier this week. You can read more about the partnership between Imagination and ELVEES on our website. If you follow this blog closely (and I hope you do), you may have read several articles recently about … Continued

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It has been a thrilling year for MIPS processors. We’ve seen exciting new designs from Loongson Technology while Cavium has introduced several OCTEON III and Fusion-M processors that cover the mid-range segment of the networking market. Multiple customers are now shipping products with Warrior CPUs, from high-end application processors to microcontrollers and embedded SoCs. Announced or imminent chips include those … Continued

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A few days ago I brought you an exclusive interview with the New Horizons engineering team. The high-profile story presented the hardware and software systems that took the probe to Pluto and beyond. Today I’d like to revisit another important space mission called Hayabusa-2. Back in July, I wrote about the 64-bit MIPS CPU aboard the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency … Continued

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Networking specialist Cavium has announced the release of two new OCTEON III 64-bit multicore families based on the MIPS64 architecture. The press release from Cavium mentions multiple quad-core CN72XX and 16-core CN73XX parts targeting mid-range applications (networking, security, storage devices, wireless and integrated routers, etc.) that require superior compute and packet performance. Specifications include: Best in class compute performance in … Continued

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TIRIAS Research is a high-tech research and advisory firm consisting of a team of experienced analysts which includes Jim McGregor and Kevin Krewell. We’ve recently asked them to take a look at our newly-announced MIPS I6400 64-bit CPU and offer their impressions and thoughts on this revolutionary design in the context of today’s fast-moving computing market. New challenges in a … Continued

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