The MIPS architecture was developed decades ago by Stanford University engineering Professor John Hennessy. It is an remarkable example of RISC processing.
"On 8 February 2013 MIPS Technologies, Inc. was acquired by Imagination Technologies"
"Imagination Technologies Group plc a British-based semiconductor R&D company"
MIPS Technologies - Semiconductor design IP - Wayback Machine Snapshot
Processors, analog IP and software tools for the embedded market. Applications in digital television, broadband access, WiFi, cable set-top boxes, DVD recorders, HD DVDs, and VoIP.
- RF and Wireless Connectivity IP Solutions
- Connectivity IP Solutions
- FPGAView Software
The MIPS SEAD -3 System engineering and development board is designed to provide a low-cost means to support various CPU cores allowing the user to evaluate the cores in an FPGA environment.
SEAD-3 also provides a user the ability to utilize the on board Xilinx FPGA for their own custom programming when a MIPS® FM-3 module is added to house the CPU core. When the FM-3 is added the user can then additionally stack on a MIPS® FPGA 5b board that can house up to two additional Xilinx XC5VLX330s providing extra design capacity.
MIPS Technologies, Inc.
955 East Arques Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94085, United States
Updated 4th June 2014