Recore-managed CRISP project attracts much attention


The demo of the self-repairing CRISP chip with 45 Xentium DSP cores was the best visited demo of the DATE2011 conference, and the news that the consortium was demonstrating a self-testing and self-repairing chip spread fast over the Internet.  Prime examples of press attention are:

The attention of the research and of the press community confirms our vision of the importance of run-time resource management. It encourages us to continue developing the mature and proven technologies behind the General Stream Processor for a marketable commercial product. Contact us if you’re interested to support us in this ambition.