XMOS Semiconductor Articles
XMOS appoints Regulus in Taiwan
XMOS has announced it has appointed Regulus Technologies as a sales representative and distributor in Taiwan. XMOS selected Regulus for its extensive customer list and its enthusiasm for bringing XMOS technology to Taiwanese designers and engineers.
XMOS ships 300th development kit
XMOS, the creator of Software Defined Silicon, has announced the shipment of 300 development kits in the two months following their introduction. Take-up of the XMOS development kits has been worldwide, covering a diverse range of users and a broad spectrum of applications, from networked audio and LED display panel control through to industrial automation. Two-thirds have gone to commercial users, a third to research and academia.
XMOS releases new package and pricing on XS1-G4
XMOS has released a new package option for the G4 programmable device, the first member of the XS1-G4 family. The new 144-pin BGA package option is designed for systems that require the smaller form factor (11mm square). With a .8mm ball pitch it is ideal for compact designs and simple PCB layout. For designs that require a full complement of 256 I/O pins a 512-pin BGA package is available.
Hardware development kit provides fast track to Software Defined Silicon designs
XMOS, the creator of Software Defined Silicon, has introduced a credit card sized development board that provides everything needed to start developing applications based on its XS1-G family of programmable devices. The XC-1 development board is available as part of the US$99 XC-1 hardware development kit and comes with all necessary support hardware and immediate access to XMOS’ web-based tool suite.
Software Defined Silicon development kit from XMOS accelerates electronic design
XMOS Semiconductor has introduced a development kit providing everything needed to develop a wide range of applications using its XS1-G4 programmable device. Designs are created using a C-based software development flow that dramatically shortens the time required to build electronic products and systems.
XMOS programmable chips bring flexibility and differentiation at low cost
XMOS Semiconductor has announced its first family of programmable chips. The XS1-G product family comprises three devices offering a choice of 1,2 or 4 of the company’s XCore™ event-driven, multi-threaded processor tiles and are priced at $1-10 in volume.
XMOS to showcase first Software Defined Silicon at this year’s ESC Silicon Valley Exhibition
XMOS Semiconductor, the creator of Software Defined Silicon (SDS) today announced it is to show its first working silicon and Beta design tools at this year’s ESC Silicon Valley Exhibition on April 15. A completely new class of programmable semiconductor, SDS will provide consumer product applications with low cost, flexible programmability.
XMOS chooses CoSy for Software Defined Silicon
XMOS Semiconductor is using the CoSy compiler development system from ACE Associated Compiler Experts in the development of the tool suite for its XCore processor. An event driven, multi-threaded processor, XCore is programmed using C and the XMOS originated XC language, which adds support for parallel processing, event driven control and time-driven programming models.
XMOS Semiconductor appoints ProGate in Korea
XMOS, the creator of Software Defined Silicon (SDS), a new class of programmable semiconductor, has announced it has appointed ProGate Technology as its sales representative in Korea. With its deep understanding of the consumer electronics sector in Korea and the high calibre of its sales staff, ProGate was considered by XMOS to be ideally positioned to communicate SDS’ unique set of benefits to this important region.