(EE TIMES): A new $100 supercomputer will facilitate a wealth of compute-intensive applications for medical, automotive, and industrial control, machine vision… the list goes on! Way back in the mists of time we used to call 2010, I was introduced to a guy called Andreas Olofsson. As I wrote in my column From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!, Andreas had left his job, formed a company called Adapteva, and — working in his basement and living off his pension fund — single-handedly invented a new, ultra-low-power computer architecture. FULL ARTICLE
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