The release of PULPino does not end our commitment to open source hardware. As PULP is a complex project with many hardware and software component, we decided to split its release in several chunks, so that we have time to polish each one of them. Here is our tentative release plan for all pieces of the PULP ecosystem that we will release in the near future:

  • February 2016

    First release of PULPino.

  • May 2016

    Toolchain and compiler for our modified RISC-V implementation (RI5CY), DSP extensions

  • May 2016

    More extensions for RI5CY, e.g. DSP-oriented instructions.

  • August 2017

    PULPino updates, new cores Zero-riscy and Micro-riscy, FPU, toolchain updates

  • February 2018

    PULPissimo + SDK , Smart peripherals (uDMA ready), new event unit

  • February 2018

    Ariane, our 64-bit RISC-V core

  • February 2018

    OpenPULP, multi-core PULP systems for IoT

  • 1Q 2018

    HERO, multi-cluster heterogeneous open research platform for FPGA targets with up to 64 cores.

Stay tuned for additional announcements!