OpTiMSoC by optimsoc

OpTiMSoC is a framework to build a custom tiled Multi-Core SoC

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OpTiMSoC: Open Tiled Manycore System-on-Chip

OpTiMSoC is an award-winning an open-source framework primarily written in Verilog which allows you to build your own manycore System-on-Chip by connecting tiles like processors and memories through a Network-on-Chip. The resulting system can then be simulated on a PC or synthesized for an FPGA. You want to know how a SoC really works by taking a deep look inside? You want to evaluate the benefit of a new hardware accelerator? You want to test algorithms to assign tasks efficiently to different processing cores? OpTiMSoC gets you started!

Getting started

OpTiMSoC comes with an ever growing documentation as well as a lot of sample code that you can use to get started quickly. Depending on the hardware and software you have available, you can start by running a small existing system on an FPGA or simulating it (with Verilator or ModelSim).

Read the Documentation

A sneak peek

OpTiMSoC can boot Linux! Have a look, and read more about it in our blog.

Watch Linux booting on an OpTiMSoC system

Get involved

OpTiMSoC welcomes your contribution! Our web site has more information how to get in touch and contribute. Or simply file an issue or a pull request here on GitHub.

License

OpTiMSoC is licensed under the permissive MIT license, see COPYING for details.

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OpTiMSoC:

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Project Meta

  • Registered on LibreCores 3 years ago
  • Project started 8 years ago
  • Last commit 2 months ago

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Releases

v2018.1 is is the latest of 4 releases.

  • v2018.1
    Dec 20, 2018 89eea53
  • v2018.1-rc1
    Dec 18, 2018 171a620 prerelease
  • v2016.1
    Sep 2, 2016 0c6df64
  • v2015.1
    Dec 29, 2015 e1d562a

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Project Web Site
https://github.com/optimsoc/optimsoc.git
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Last activity 1 month ago
v2018.1 released 1 year ago
Primary language: Verilog-SystemVerilog
43 open issues
3 open pull requests
16 forks
19 watchers
40 stars
2526 commits by 16 contributors
Stefan Wallentowitz Philipp Wagner Stefan Wallentowitz Philipp Wagner Max Koenen
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