OpenPiton® is the open source release of the Princeton Piton many-core processor, which has been designed and taped-out in March 2015 in Princeton Parallel Group under supervision of Prof. David Wentzlaff. Some of OpenPiton® features are listed below:
You can download RTL resources and corresponding infrastructure for free. Your download also includes OpenPiton® documentation.
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Princeton Parallel Group mainly focuses on the design of future computing architectures and software systems for data centers and cloud computers. The group also investigates the broad area of green computing including how to minimize the impact of computing systems on the environment and how to design computer systems to be serviced and ultimately decommissioned in a sustainable manner.
Tell us if you are using OpenPiton. We would like to keep in touch with our users.E-mail: openpiton (at) princeton (dot) edu
This work was partially supported by the NSF under Grants No. CCF-1217553, CCF-1453112, and CCF-1438980, AFOSR under Grant No. FA9550-14-1-0148, and DARPA under Grants No. N66001-14-1-4040 and HR0011-13-2-0005. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of our sponsors.