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Topic: PPC

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Android 4.4 is here for PowerPC
Posted by: Trizt on Thursday, June 23, 2016 - 06:04
Submitted by Trizt
Android 4.4 Has been ported to PowerPC by eInfochips on behalf of an avionics customer that will use it for an HMI that monitors engine health. The port is based on Android Open Source Project code for Android KitKat and features Kernel 3.12.19.

Read more at hackerboards.com

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Fastest PowerPC processor for use in the space from e2v
Posted by: Trizt on Sunday, August 10, 2014 - 08:22
Submitted by Trizt
e2v has introduced its highest ever performance space grade microprocessor. It is a space-qualified PC7448 radiation tolerant microprocessor based on a Power Architecture e600 core which runs up to 1267MHz.

It embeds an AltiVec SIMD engine, which allows the processor to deliver close to 10Gflop performance at full speed.

The QML Y certified GHz-class microprocessor will be used in space payload applications such as image processing on-board Earth observation and weather monitoring satellites, and data processing on Synthetic-Aperture Radar and telecommunication satellites.

Read more

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Forschungszentrum Juelich to be first with a petaflops in Europe
Posted by: Trizt on Tuesday, February 10, 2009 - 17:59
Submitted by Trizt
IBM is to build a 294912 PPC450 cores super computer for Forschungszentrum Juelich and it will do more than a petaflops, which is slightly more than all Pegaos and AmigaOne machines together.

Read the whole story here.

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US goverment buys 1.6 million Power cores
Posted by: Trizt on Sunday, February 08, 2009 - 17:12
Submitted by Trizt
The US Department of Energy has bought two Power based super computers from IBM, the larger one of them will use 6.6 megawatts and deliver 3,050 megaflops per watt.

Read the whole story here.

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Embedded PowerPC podcast
Posted by: Trizt on Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 22:57
Submitted by Trizt
The upcoming, still unscheduled, embedded PowerPC podcast will feature an interview with Josh Boyer, one of the Linux kernel maintainers for embedded PowerPC. Boyer focuses on "IBM/AMCC PowerPC 40x/44x/46x CPUs," according to his recent LiveJournal posting. He also participates with the Penguinppc.org site, which in addition to its ample resources, offers a nice concise introduction to embedded Linux and PowerPC issues in its FAQ. All questions regarding embedded PowerPC are welcome, says Boyer.

From LinuxDevices.Com.

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CPU Tech Launches Acalis CPU872 MultiCore PowerPC
Posted by: Trizt on Saturday, May 03, 2008 - 19:32
Submitted by Trizt
The new SoC CPU based on PowerPC 440 with dual cores and embedded DRAM and is protected against the Princeton type attacks. The CPU also includes a built in firewall, which may make it appear in network devices on the civilian market.

Read a more detailed article at Businesswire or visit CPU Tech

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Tsinghua Tongfang announces early prototypes of LimePC at CES
Posted by: Trizt on Sunday, January 13, 2008 - 20:46
Submitted by Trizt
John Q. Wang, CTO of Tsinghua Tongfang says, "Our goal with LimePC is to use the incredible efficiency of Freescale's new PowerPC microprocessor and a fresh approach to tightly optimized software to create a breakthrough price versus performance benchmark in the low-cost personal computer category, We decided to bring our work-in-process to CES and give an early look at the types of products this new approach makes possible. As our finished LimePC products appear in the market later in the year we believe our efforts will create a major disruption in the PC market, and create an entirely new option for PC users worldwide. Our CES appearance reflects our company's decision to reveal our plans and give the industry a very early stage look at the work we are doing to revolutionize the personal computer."

Whole story at PRWeb

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SAM440ep - The Red One
Posted by: ironfist on Monday, August 27, 2007 - 20:34
Submitted by ironfist
The Italian guys behind the SAM440ep PowerPC Mini-ITX board have released a poster, telling us that everyone will be able to try and buy their new hardware, at Pianeta Amiga 2007. The Pianeta Amiga-show will take place on September 22nd.

They say it will be available as both a complete system and OEM kit.

Check out the poster
Official website

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National Instruments and QNX Software Systems: OEM Bundle
Posted by: ironfist on Monday, August 13, 2007 - 07:56
Submitted by ironfist
National Instruments and QNX Software Systems are offering an OEM bundle with one EFIKA, NI USB 6009 Data Acquisition Device, 60-day evaluation of QNX Neutrino and a 60-day evaluation of National Instruments' LabVIEW SDK.

Read more about the package here.

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EFIKA Video from SceneCON
Posted by: ironfist on Saturday, July 14, 2007 - 22:54
Submitted by ironfist
SceneCON is an annual meeting of underground computer artists who are members of the famous demo scene. With SceneCON, the organizers aim to follow the two decades old tradition of demo scene parties in Hungary. Yet, with a bit of a twist. This year's party was held from the 16th until the 17th of June, 2007. Among its highlights was an extensive demonstration of bPlan's EFIKA miniature mainboard running various Linux distributions as well as a work-in-progress version of MorphOS 2.0.

Luckily, the presentation was captured on video. The entire presentation has a total length of nearly an hour with MorphOS 2.0 being featured in the last 14 minutes of it. You may watch it by clicking one of the following links.

Download: SceneCON 2007 Video (XVID, 640x480, 296 MB)
Download: SceneCON 2007 English Subtitles (Format: SRT)

Online Video Stream: SceneCON 2007 (Flash)

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