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I got tired of looking through the schematics...so here is a Porcupine pinout diagram. https://github.com/parallella/parallella-hw/blob/master/porcupine/README.md
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Highly scalable Erlang framework for agent-based metaheuristic computing http://ow.ly/r1ea304f9sQ
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Bulk-synchronous pseudo-streaming algorithms for many-core accelerators http://ow.ly/NBFW304f9sO
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OpenCL + OpenSHMEM Hybrid Programming Model for the Adapteva Epiphany Architecture http://ow.ly/6Xdm304f9sK
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Major Parallella SDK update. Parabuntu 2016.11 includes multicore GDB, OpenMP, OpenCL, epython,.... https://www.parallella.org/2016/12/12/parabuntu-2016-11-release
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Operating infrastructure for an FPGA and ARM http://ow.ly/7H06304f9sP
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Generation of the Single Precision BLAS library for the Parallella platform http://ow.ly/88Ed304f9sL
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An OpenSHMEM Implementation for the Adapteva Epiphany Coprocessor http://ow.ly/914O304f9sJ
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Inventing the Future of Computing
Introduction
Adapteva, Inc. is a privately held computer manufacturer based in Lexington, Massachusetts that develops and builds the most energy efficient microprocessor chips and single board computers in the world. Adapteva’s ground breaking Epiphany chip products and Parallella credit card sized computers will disrupt a wide range of end markets ranging from compact mobile devices to next generation supercomputers.

Products
  • Parallella single board computer
  • Epiphany-IV 64-core 28nm coprocessor
  • Epiphany-III 16-core 65nm coprocessor

Company History

2013:
Jul:  Shipped first Parallella boards to Kickstarter backers
Jul:  Parallella design files released as open source on Github
Feb: Epiphany drivers released at open source with LGPL license

2012:
Dec: Shipped first Parallella prototypes
Oct:  Launched Parallella project
Aug: Sampled 28nm products, demonstrating 50GFLOPS/Watt
Jul:   Released Beta version of OpenCL SDK for Epiphany

2011:
Dec:  Released Epiphany SDK Rev 1.0
Sep:  Reached break-even as a company
Aug:  Epiphany-IV 28nm 64-core product tapeout
May: Sampled Epiphany-III 65nm 16-core product

2010:
Dec:  Epiphany-III 65nm product tapeout
Jun:   Epiphany beta SDK release
May:  Epiphany-II 16-core prototype tapeout

2009:
Nov:  Series-A Investment by BittWare
Jun:   Epiphany-I 65nm prototype tapeout

2008:
Oct:  First prototype layout of Epiphany core completed
Jul:   Epiphany Mesh Network Invented
May: Epiphany ISA specification Invented
Feb:  Company founded


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