Barcelona Supercomputing Center presents Sargantana: new open-source RISC-V chip

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  • sargantana

  • In fact, you can get the RTL here: https://github.com/bsc-loca/sargantana

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    Source and Documentation files for USB C Industrial Camera Project, This repo contains PCB boards, FPGA , Camera and USB along with FPGA Firmware and USB Controller Firmware source.

  • >Likely you couldn't even go back and make a fab that makes large volumes of 60nm-90nm node sizes at all, for any amount of money, because the equipment to do this (new) hasn't been made in 2 decades and no company is willing to invest the money to make new crappy old equipment.

    I believe your argument assumes that there is a fixed cost to produce even 180nm or 350nm ICs that hasnt changed since the first one was produced.

    We still need 300 years for a 300 year old tree, but 25 year old technology might now be relatively easy to build if we start from scratch.

    What was high tech then might be relatively easy to solve now. One example might be https://github.com/circuitvalley/USB_C_Industrial_Camera_FPG... being open source instead of a multi year, multi million dollar project.

  • >Likely you couldn't even go back and make a fab that makes large volumes of 60nm-90nm node sizes at all, for any amount of money, because the equipment to do this (new) hasn't been made in 2 decades and no company is willing to invest the money to make new crappy old equipment.

    I believe your argument assumes that there is a fixed cost to produce even 180nm or 350nm ICs that hasnt changed since the first one was produced.

    We still need 300 years for a 300 year old tree, but 25 year old technology might now be relatively easy to build if we start from scratch.

    What was high tech then might be relatively easy to solve now. One example might be https://github.com/circuitvalley/USB_C_Industrial_Camera_FPG... being open source instead of a multi year, multi million dollar project.

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