EdgeCortix unveils SAKURA AI accelerator and MERA compiler software framework
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EdgeCortix unveils SAKURA AI accelerator and MERA compiler software framework

A Japanese semiconductor design company, EdgeCortix, has unveiled an energy-efficient AI co-processor for edge intelligence– SAKURA. At the TechInsight’s Linley Spring Processor Conference, the company provided more details on the architecture, performance, and delivery timing for...

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CLEAR is Customizable and Programmable ASIC by ChipIgnite
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CLEAR is Customizable and Programmable ASIC by ChipIgnite

Efabless has launched a 100% open-source FPGA chip CLEAR, built on Caravel - an open-source ASIC platform provided as a base (SoC) and offering an end-to-end open design, right down to the CPU core. The explanation of the product is simple and quite relatable to the maker's community -...

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Sipeed Introduces Tang Nano 9K FPGA board, Compatible with RISC-V softcore PicoRV
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Sipeed Introduces Tang Nano 9K FPGA board, Compatible with RISC-V softcore PicoRV

Sipeed has surprisingly introduced yet another Tang Nano FPGA board based on the Gowin GW1NR-9 chip. This time, the manufacturer has pushed the limits to around 9K (8640) logic units (LUT4), unlike the predecessor Tang Nano 1K and Tang Nano 4K with around 1152 and 4608 LUTs respectively....

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Open Source CaribouLite SDR Raspberry Pi HAT for $119
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Open Source CaribouLite SDR Raspberry Pi HAT for $119

Raspberry Pi ecosystem has witnessed an open-source software-defined radio HAT after a very long time. All-long CaribouLite is looking to crowdfunding for mass production and to get a response from the hacker community. After a series of changes since the first draft version seen on...

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Juergen’s 100 MHz 65F02 Microprocessor is designed to work as an Accelerator for 6502 And 65C02 Computers
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Juergen’s 100 MHz 65F02 Microprocessor is designed to work as an Accelerator for 6502 And 65C02 Computers

The 8-bit, 2 MHz 6502 microprocessor of MOS Technology, now CSG, had gained widespread use on classic computers of the late 1970s and early 1990s, like the Apple II plus, games consoles, and chess computers, though the games consoles and chess computers were mostly CMOS 65C02-based. The...

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Pixblasters Announces New Firmware Updates for Its MS1 Video LED Controller
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Pixblasters Announces New Firmware Updates for Its MS1 Video LED Controller

Pixblasters™ has announced the release of new firmware updates for its Pixblasters MS1 Video LED Controller, which enables real-time control of extensive video LED displays built by addressable LED strips. The firmware updates bring new FPGA LED controllers (ver. 107) that are...

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Open Source Kryptor FPGA with Dedicated Hardware Security Module
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Open Source Kryptor FPGA with Dedicated Hardware Security Module

Kryptor FPGA has been around in the pre-launch phase for over two years. After a significant amount of time and wait, the one-chip hardware security module Kryptor FPGA has launched for crowdfunding on Crowdsupply with the goal of $13,000. This compact FPGA hardware security module...

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Sipeed Launched ALL-NEW Tang Nano 4K Board for $12
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Sipeed Launched ALL-NEW Tang Nano 4K Board for $12

There had been a spoiler by Sipeed a few weeks back about the testing of yet another Tang Nano board. Yes, you are right, this is not the first Tang Nano board by Sipeed, but the first version came two years ago as a $5 development board built around Gowin GW1N-1 LittleBee FPGA....

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