The A2I core was used as the general purpose processor for BlueGene/Q, the successor to BlueGene/L and BlueGene/P supercomputers

Updated 12 months ago

The A2O core was a follow-on to A2I, written in Verilog, and supported a lower thread count than A2I, but higher performance per thread, using out-of-order execution (register renaming, reservation stations, completion buffer) and a store queue

Updated 12 months ago

The A2I core was used as the general purpose processor for BlueGene/Q, the successor to BlueGene/L and BlueGene/P supercomputers

Updated 10 months ago

An experimental small core based on VexRiscv, written in Scala

Updated 9 months ago

The A2O core was a follow-on to A2I, written in Verilog, and supported a lower thread count than A2I, but higher performance per thread, using out-of-order execution (register renaming, reservation stations, completion buffer) and a store queue

Updated 2 months ago