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(THE REGISTER): Adapteva, an upstart RISC processor and co-processor designer that has tried to break into the big-time with its Epiphany chips for the past several years, is sick and tired of the old way of trying to get design wins to fund its future development. So it has started up a community project called Parallella that seeks to get users to pay for development directly through crowdfunding via Kickstarter. “We’re going to build a community around parallel computing,” Andreas Olofsson, CEO and co-founder of Adapteva, tells El Reg. FULL ARTICLE