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Multiprocessor debugging company awarded $180,000 grant

10/13/2009 11:00 AM EDT
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Peter Clarke
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Peter Clarke   10/21/2009 3:36:14 PM
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Well.....Imperas is a commercial effort led by an EDA veteran Simon Davidmann, and was transatlantic from the beginning. Ultrasoc has been a little slow out of the traps and is a partly academic effort partly driven by researchers out of the universities of Kent and Essex in the southeast of England. One could argue that Ultrasoc has been slow BECAUSE it is a little close to academia and researchers have other interests and sources of income. Of course Davidmann was an academic once upon a time - at Brunel University.

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garydpdx   10/14/2009 5:41:20 PM
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Would anyone be able to contrast this effort, and its achievements so far, against start-up Imperas? Imperas started an open source effort called Open Virtual Platforms to create an infrastructure, from which it seems they will utilize to develop their multi-core software development system.

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