QuickLogic Collaborates with ETH Zurich to Integrate eFPGA into PULP Platform
ETH is a science, technology, engineering and mathematics STEM university in the city of Zürich,
PULP is a silicon-proven open-source parallel platform for ultra-low power computing created with the objective of delivering high compute bandwidth combined with high-energy efficiency. The platform is organized in clusters of RISC-V cores that share a common and tightly-coupled data memory subsystem. The platform also includes a set of System Verilog-described IP blocks, their related synthesis and simulation scripts, and the runtime software (written in C and RISC-V assembly) necessary to provide a complete system. All of the architecture, IP, scripts and software are open sourced to encourage global collaboration and development.
"The high degree of implementation flexibility and ultra-low power consumption of
"The main goal of the PULP program is to use a multi-disciplinary approach to achieve extremely high-power efficiency for computing applications," said Dr.
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