Software Defined Silicon

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Software Defined Silicon is a computer chip technology created by XMOS of Bristol.[1] XMOS was jointly-founded in 2005 by INMOS transputer architect David May. Software Defined Silicon [2][3][4][5][6] is the name given to the family of multithreaded multicore on-chip processors that XMOS is developing.

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