OpenRISC ASIC chip fundraiser
January 18 is OpenRISC day and the OpenRISC project currently is conducting a fundraiser.
We are raising $250,000 to build the worlds first truly open source system on chip processor. Help make this happen by donating to the project today.
Money raised will be used to fabricate a batch of OpenRISC SOC ASIC chips that will be available for sale to individuals and product manufacturers.
The processor will be affordable, and competitive in mobile and embedded applications. The 32 bit RISC chip will run at an estimated 250Mhz, support Video, DDR2 Memory, Gigabit Ethernet, USB, Audio, Serial, PCI and run the Linux operating system. Individual processors will be sold for an estimated $5 per unit.
Olof Kindgren via the contact form.This entry was posted in News, open source, site and tagged ASIC, OpenRISC, programmable logic.