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Regular & Auditing Members

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Embedded Systems

Starbridge
StarBridge., Inc is the leading integrator in Switch Fabric Technology in Japan. StarBridge has been integrating StarFabric, Serial RapidIO and PCI Express technologies for the worldwide customers for over 15 years in applications such as; semiconductor manufacturing equipment , medical imaging,  industrial control, robotics machining system, LCD­panel manufacturing equipment, printer systems, military and aerospace, video servers, communications, and server expansion. StarBridge has provided the high level design service and system integration, including custom hardware and software design, for more than 30 major worldwide embedded system customers. StarBridge also provides DSP and high-speed digitizing system as the high grade system integration.
Boards & Modules, Embedded Systems, Services, Software
Auditing
UC Berkeley ASPIRE
The UC Berkeley ASPIRE project is a collaborative effort attacking the challenges of a new era, where pervasive application-specific specialization of software and hardware is the only path to computational efficiency. The rapid pace of evolution of complicated SoCs, both for mobile devices and datacenter server racks, requires rapid co-design and verification of hardware with software to avoid missing market windows. The computing industry must shift from the traditional model where transistor-scaling-driven performance improvements supporting horizontal layered architectures, to a new post-scaling world where vertical applications-to-hardware co-design is the key to improved efficiency.  Some key work within the ASPIRE project is development of the RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture.  RISC-V (pronounced "risk-five"), a new instruction set architecture (ISA) originally designed to support computer architecture research and education, is now set to become a standard open architecture for industry implementations.  Learn more at www.riscv.org.
Data Center & HPC, Communications Infrastructure, Industrial Automation
Boards & Modules, Development Tools, Embedded Systems, Semiconductors, Software
Auditing