How do I program the Epiphany?

Since the Parallella Kickstarter campaign in 2012 the one question I get more than any other is ” How the @#$% do I program this thing?” You are never going to become fluent in parallel programming without coding, so pick a card, any card. Let’s do some parallel programming! Thanks to the incredible open source work that has come […]

A new Parallella software defined radio platform

During the Parallella Technical Conference in Tokyo we announced a new Software Defined Radio platform, created by “friends of Parallella”. The platform is based on a popular Analog Devices RFIC called AD9361. The chip has some pretty impressive specifications: RF 2 × 2 transceiver with integrated 12-bit DACs and ADCs Band: 70 MHz to 6.0 GHz Supports […]

Andreas Olofsson interview on the AMP Hour

  If you haven’t heard of the Amp Hour, you are missing out. Chris and Dave have done over 200 Podcast, interviewing luminaries like Andrew “bunnie” Huang and Chuck Peddle. I had a blast talking to Chris and Dave this week and considering the other guests that have been on the show I am honored that they […]

Parallella voted “Top 10″ Linux SBC for 2nd time

The Parallella was once again voted one of the top ten Linux Single Board Computers. Considering that there are now literally hundreds of inexpensive SBCs in the market. Considering how different the Parallella is, I think it’s pretty awesome that we made the list. Thank you!!! Some highlights from the Top 10 List: Raspberry Pi, […]

Recap from 1st Parallella Technical Conference in Tokyo

The first ever Parallella Technical Conference took place this Saturday in Tokyo and it was standing room only atDMM.make There were a number of fantastic presentations from Parallella community members (see videos and presentations below) We also had a few announcements of our own. A new Parallella SDR platform A $1000 Raspberry Pi Camera Bounty […]

Meet “Porcupine”, the Parallella breakout board.

  The Parallella board was designed for one purpose SPEEEEED! This was the reason we chose the backside Samtec connectors instead of something more hacker friendly like a 0.1″ pin header. With the current Samtec backside connectors we have a total of 240 backside pins and a peak bandwidth of 50 Gbps, which is pretty insane […]

Building a Parallella Mini Cluster

(dibase): In early May 2014 I finally received from Adapteva [1] my Parallella Kickstarter project [2] mini-cluster reward of 4 Parallella boards plus network switch, power adapters, cables etc. The reward was originally supposed to be delivered in May 2013 but suffered many delays and setbacks, as documented on the Parallella website [3] and forums […]