MIPS Joins RISC-V as Second Open Source Alternative to Arm

2019-Jan-04 | Tags: mipsserver

Linux on ARMWave, a startup developing hardware for deep learning in data centers, open sources the decades-old MIPS architecture.

The open source silicon space has suddenly become more crowded. Shortly before Christmas, Silicon Valley AI startup Wave Computing, which is developing hardware for running deep learning applications in data centers and offices, announced plans to open source its MIPS instruction set architecture, or ISA, under what it's calling the "MIPS Open" program. When the process is completed in the first quarter, participants will have full access, with no licensing fees or royalties, to the most recent versions of the 32-bit and 64-bit MIPS ISA, along with licensing for MIPS’s "hundreds of existing worldwide patents."

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