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Beyond adds development support for royalty-free 32-bit processors

1/26/2012 11:36 AM EST
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dblaza1
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dblaza1   1/26/2012 6:38:28 PM
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I wonder how many design wins are out there that use the Beyond core?

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Joseph.Schachner   1/26/2012 9:35:40 PM
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On their web site they show licensees (who allow it): http://www.beyondsemi.com/page/partners/announced_licensees

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DrFPGA   4/8/2012 7:29:59 PM
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If these were reworked versions of the OpenRISC Cores does that mean they are free too?

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