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2007-11-27 Power.org welcomes NI as new member
National Instruments (NI) has joined the Power.org group dedicated to developing and promoting Power Architecture technology as the preferred open standard platform for the electronics industry.
2008-12-11 Power.org unleashes new standard
Power.org has released the Power.org standard for Embedded Power Architecture Platform Requirements (ePAPR). By defining clear interfaces between embedded software components, the ePAPR specification enables system designers to create standardized platforms.d
2010-08-17 Power.org roadmap shown
The latest silicon roadmap for Power Architecture has been revealed by Power.org, providing information on the plans for 64b microprocessors of the members of the standards group.
2006-04-10 Power.org member claims processor design breakthrough
Fabless semiconductor startup Rapport has created an energy-efficient processor design featuring 1,024 eight-bit processing elements and a PowerPC core on a single chip.
2007-07-20 Eight new members sign up with Power.org
Eight more companies have signed up with Power.org, an open community of companies that design, develop, build and support Power Architecture.
2004-12-08 Cadence launches Power.org development platform
Cadence Design Systems Inc. has launched the Power.org, an open standards community, in cooperation with IBM.
2005-06-09 11 join Power.org open microprocessor movement
Power.org, an open community of developers, tool providers and manufacturers developing standards and applications around IBM Corp.'s Power Architecture, has added 11 new members to its organization
2007-11-16 Parted partners reconcile in multicore drive
IBM Corp. and Freescale Semiconductor Inc., which had a parting of ways after co-developing the Power microprocessor in the 1990s, have reunited their efforts through the Power.org group.
2008-12-05 Debug API spec for Power Architecture released
Power.org has released Version 1.0 of its common debug API specification, which is designed to simplify the debugging process by establishing common ground in communication protocols between development tools and embedded devices.
2007-10-09 Stuck at C: Programming languages unready for multicore
Embedded developers are slowly moving to multicore architectures, but they will make the transition without much help from parallel programming languages.
2012-10-25 Servergy ready to pit IBM's servers vs x86, ARM
Servergy enters an increasingly crowded field, opting to use energy efficient servers using IBM's power.
2008-03-14 NI: Path leads to parallel for test and measurement
Actions, computing and instructions occurring simultaneously are increasingly common requirements in today's world, as evidenced by the unstoppable migration from single-core to multicore processors in PCs. This new paradigmthe Parallel Shiftbrings a huge challenge to test engineers: the marriage of parallelism with computing, and in related applications of measurement and control.
2007-11-16 Next SoC era calls for new business models
Welcome to the next phase of the SoC era, in which system, software and semiconductor companies are struggling to find new technology and business models.
2008-03-10 More groups push standards for virtual prototyping
New players are expected to push forward efforts to create standards for virtual prototyping as the next wave in system and software development, to allow tools and simulation models from various suppliers work together.
2005-08-16 Innovation drives SoC performance, keynoters say
While CMOS scaling continues to reduce costs, SoC performance improvements will depend on innovations that produce integrated design systems.
2008-04-07 IC industry addresses multicore, programming 'software gap'
The IC industry is starting to address what's being called a software gap between a rising tide of multicore processors and a lack of parallel programming tools and techniques to make use of them.
2006-09-01 IBM, Freescale reunite for Power
IBM Corp. and Freescale Semiconductor Inc. have renewed ties to develop a converged approach toward the Power processor architecture.
2006-09-14 IBM unveils systems based on Cell processor
IBM Corp. recently announced it is offering its first systems based on the Cell processor it co-developed with Sony and Toshiba.
2005-12-19 IBM to offer 'zero-cost' PowerPC license to universities
IBM announced plans to make the specifications of the company's PowerPC 405 core freely available to researchers and academia.
2008-02-04 IBM seeks standard to link chip models with tools
An IBM executive has called for standards to link chip models with simulation tools in an effort to lower design costs and shorten time-to-market.
2011-09-05 IBM expands Power architecture licensing program
IBM broadens licensing program to include a multiuse agreement that allows developers access to the entire lineup of Power cores with a single license.
2006-02-08 Freescale, IBM upgrade Power collaboration
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. and IBM Corp. announced early this week (Feb. 6) that they will step up their cooperative efforts behind the Power processor architecture.
2005-08-01 Doors 'open' to hardware
Is 'open' hardware a disruptive technology that will foster the kind of collaboration that Linux brought to the software world?
2008-07-25 DesignWare IP packs fully synthesizable PowerPC cores
Synopsys Inc. has included fully synthesizable IBM PowerPC 460 and cache configurable PowerPC 405 embedded microprocessor cores in its DesignWare Star IP program.
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