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  • Advanced RISC Comp
  • Advanced RISC Computing (ARC) is a specification promulgated by a defunct consortium of computer manufacturers (the Advanced Computing Environment project), setting forth a standard MIPS RISC-based computer hardware and firmware environment. (wikipedia.org)
  • The ACE consortium produced the Advanced RISC Computing (ARC) Specification (393K bytes, PDF), to specify hardware and firmware standards for this new computing platform. (netbsd.org)
  • RiscPC
  • Chris ran demonstrations of installing 1.5_ALPHA2 on a fresh RISC OS4 RiscPC both days, which attracted a reasonable crowd (the ArmLinux people came for one, then had the PA system announce they were running one also). (netbsd.org)
  • 2000
  • regarding the NetBSD stand at the October 21st RISC OS 2000 show in Epsom, England. (netbsd.org)
  • Its first version appeared in 2000 and was originally published by Castle Technology Ltd,. Oregano 2 was launched in March 2003, was included in the software distribution of Castle's Iyonix PC and made available for other RISC OS systems. (wikipedia.org)
  • proprietary
  • Such licenses allow derivative works, such as RISC-V chip designs, to be either open and free, like RISC-V itself, or closed and proprietary. (wikipedia.org)
  • This level of high-end reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) is traditionally associated with proprietary RISC and mainframe systems, and offers exceptional new capability and value for mission-critical deployments and large-scale consolidation. (intel.com)
  • For too long RISC OS has been regarded as a closed proprietary OS and this has hampered wide scale take-up. (drobe.co.uk)
  • Intel
  • PA-RISC has been succeeded by the Itanium (originally IA-64) ISA, jointly developed by HP and Intel. (wikipedia.org)
  • He noted a proposal at the event for RISC-V vector instructions contained useful concepts that were quite different from existing Intel and AMD approaches. (epanorama.net)
  • Architects
  • The RISC-V movement is grabbing the attention of a growing set of chip architects and semiconductor executives. (epanorama.net)
  • computer
  • The RISC-V ISA is a direct development from a series of academic computer-design projects. (wikipedia.org)
  • Academics created the RISC instruction set DLX for the first edition of Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach in 1990. (wikipedia.org)
  • RISC iX was either supplied preinstalled on new computer hardware or was installed onsite from a portable tape drive by Granada Microcare, who would take the installation tape away with them. (wikipedia.org)
  • As the name implies, it is a reduced instruction set computer (RISC) architecture, where the PA stands for Precision Architecture. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the history of computer hardware, some early reduced instruction set computer central processing units (RISC CPUs) used a very similar architectural solution, now called a classic RISC pipeline. (wikipedia.org)
  • The NeXT RISC Workstation, or NRW, was an unreleased computer workstation designed by NeXT during the early 1990s as a successor to the m68k-based NeXTcube and NeXTstation. (wikipedia.org)
  • design
  • In contrast to most ISAs, the RISC-V ISA can be freely used for any purpose, permitting anyone to design, manufacture and sell RISC-V chips and software. (wikipedia.org)
  • Transistor for transistor, a RISC design would outperform a conventional CPU, hopefully by a lot. (wikipedia.org)
  • software
  • Most software made for Arthur 1.2 can be run under RISC OS 2 and later because, underneath the desktop, the original Arthur OS core, API interfaces and modular structures remain as the heart of all versions. (wikipedia.org)
  • Proponents also must port a wealth of existing software to RISC-V, a daunting task that has contributed to the slow advance of ARM's effort to enable server-class SoCs. (epanorama.net)
  • bits
  • The problem with CashBook, being the first thing that I wrote in C for RISC OS, is that just looking at the older bits of the application tends to end up with me re-writing them so that they're less scary. (riscosopen.org)
  • silicon
  • The RISC-V authors also have substantial research and user-experience validating their designs in silicon and simulation. (wikipedia.org)
  • Last week, OnChip released the RISC-V Open-V in real, tangible silicon. (epanorama.net)
  • chip
  • Of course, getting your hands on a RISC-V chip has until now, been a bit difficult. (epanorama.net)
  • You could always go over to opencores, grab some VHDL, and run a RISC-V chip on an FPGA. (epanorama.net)
  • instruction
  • Each of these classic scalar RISC designs fetched and tried to execute one instruction per cycle. (wikipedia.org)
  • The RISC-V ISA has seen an uptick in popularity as of late - almost as if there's a conference going on right now - thanks to the fact that this instruction set is big-O Open. (epanorama.net)
  • open-source
  • OpenRISC is an open-source ISA based on DLX, with associated RISC designs. (wikipedia.org)
  • It's a RISC-V microcontroller, completely open source, and packaged in the ever so convenient Arduino form factor. (epanorama.net)
  • RISC OS Open have stressed that the license will not be a traditional open source agreement. (drobe.co.uk)
  • different
  • Also, supposing I plus someone else wanted to port RISC OS to different hardware, bought in or custom, I want to know what the license fee per unit is likely to be, ie. (drobe.co.uk)
  • port
  • The eSi-RISC toolchain is based on combination of a port of the GNU toolchain and the Eclipse IDE. (wikipedia.org)